The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Largely because of a pitch-perfect final line and a Haden Church performance that brings a dose of needed compassion, Whitewash manages to keep its footing.
The viewer is left in a snowblind limbo that makes it awfully difficult to stay engaged.
An airtight demonstration of the maxim that no good deed ever goes unpunished.
Thomas Haden Church bridges the credibility gap in snowed-in fugitive tale.
Whitewash is a small but sparkling gem on ice.
Despite Church's solid performance, Whitewash feels so leaden in its gravity, it borders on dull.
It is a grim and minimal but unexpectedly gripping story.
It may be small and compact, but Whitewash has a sure, strong voice that deserves to be heard.
This film effectively shows a descent into madness, of a man going crazy in the solitary confinement of a prison he himself built. It is also an effective story of crime and punishment.
Whitewash will have you rooting for a man who did a very, very bad thing.
In a tale of survival, in both the physical and criminal sense, Church lays out of an agenda that is both demanding of himself and philosophically sound.
A bemusing semi-thriller full of low-key quirkiness that's elevated by Church's personable performance.
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