The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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Neither character offers much more than a handful of idiosyncrasies, which, nonetheless, are often funny, poignant, and clever.
Kotlyarenko and Nekrasova shine a glaring iPhone flashlight on their characters' - and their generation's - flaws.
Movies about the millennial moment are multitudinous, but "Wobble Palace" is special: a sendup of broke-artist types that shimmers with abashed affection.
While your comedic milage with its loose goofiness may vary, this movie succeeds in contributing a filmic time capsule that all generations need; Wobble Palace aptly shifts between cathartic and uncomfortable, but it's always recognizable.
Nekrasova's voice is the voice of a generation - in tone at least.
Still, young audiences will recognize themselves and their friends and be amused. It's hard not to laugh at these characters, but a little harder to care about them.
When all's said and done, "Wobble Palace" is trying so hard you can't help but like it.
I liked this film a lot. Some films use odd and weird moments to be funny, but here it feels intentional.
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