The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Through it all stalks a potent personality in Alexander Knox, a newborn star, supported by a flawless cast.
The result's handsome, worthy and solemn.
Much of the film's exceptional quality is due to the performance of Alexander Knox in the title role.
Henry King's treatment of the life of Woodrow Wilson is stolid and respectful; it never dares the intimacy that Ford brought to bear on Lincoln, and so it never achieves Ford's mythic heights.
A lavish biography of Woodrow Wilson.
Zanuck's biopic of President Woodraw Wilson is a typically middlebrow film, made for American audiences during WWII with more concern for patriotism than history or entertainment.
Better than average biopic.
This is an odd sort of biopic, the kind they don't make anymore.
The contributions of Woodrow Wilson are often overshadowed by the tales of other Presidents. I think there is a much needed desire to take a look bad. Somehow this is listed as a Leonardo DiCaprio film even though it is from 1944. Don't know what is going on here but I can tell you for a fact that Leo is nowhere to be seen.
Well crafted and loving portrait of the 28th president. Gives short shift to Edith Wilson's time basely running the country in her husband's stead when he's laid low by a stroke but otherwise through look at Wilson's life.
Good actors, but extremely boring and long!
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