The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A kind of tone poem that slowly but surely casts a spell over the viewer.
Is it reality being captured or drama staged for the camera? Truth or fiction, or both?
I can't say I enjoyed it, but I acknowledge that "You All Are Captains" has something to express that can't be said except the way it's said, and that way there be art.
[A] brilliantly constructed deconstruction of "truth" versus "fiction."
Poignant and dryly, philosophically ironic.
Ultimately, what is a worthy premise is squandered, as the delineation between fact and fiction is never satisfactorily examined.
One of the most moving of recent films about being a kid and the evanescence of childhood.
While the two halves of the film don't quite mesh, this is highly recommended for those who are intrigued by post-colonial tropes of the sort explored in "Even the Rain".
The spontaneous play of the children pushes You All Are Captains beyond easy reflexivity and into the stuff of lived existences directly captured.
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