The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (29)
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The self-conscious cleverness gets slippery once it's time to deliver an ending, so for smarts, you'll have to settle for some comment on the folly (and expense) of fantasy.
A rather terrible comedy-satire.
Mr. Morelli mixes live-action and animated scenes to good effect. He doesn't have time to give his characters depth, but there's pleasure in figuring out how they connect and pondering the movie's modest themes.
If the final work feels inevitably uneven, that's less a flaw than a feature - a testament to the visual and tonal distinctiveness of the movie's individual parts.
The characters emerge through disorganized happenstance, but come across more as inventions than people.
It left me meh. It's all situation, no character.
In an era of nonsensical sequels and never-ending remakes, Zoom is that sip of cool refreshment we need on a hot summer night.
This is one of the liveliest and most original films of its kind. It serves as a multi-layered mystery as well as a straightforward drama, is based on an intriguing idea, and is overall an excellent first effort.
Well-acted, well-written, and engaging throughout, Zoom is entertaining and thought-provoking. That's more than enough.
A hyperhybrid adventure that reaches perfection by mixing cartoon techniques at an adult level. [Full review in Spanish]
A worthy film, which has a good cast, screenwriter and its with a good perspective. [Full review in Spanish]
A rich film of human desire, image perception, artistic construction, creative crisis and the difficulties to accept our physical imperfections. [Full review in Spanish]
"Inception" meets "The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys" with a heaping helping of sex. This unrelenting, ADHD-edited "film" is an interesting visual experiment. Unfortunately, there's not much more to it. It critiques perceptions of beauty and authorial intent, but it hardly has anything new to say. As far as its satire goes, Pedro Morelli took every opportunity to make it as "meta" as possible but failed to make it more intellectually stimulating than "Last Action Hero". It is cartoony (maybe more-so in the live action segments) schlock that would appeal to fans of "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" (read: teenagers), but it is too explicit for that demographic. I guess that qualifies it as "arthouse". As extremely inconsistent and juvenile as it is, "Zoom" still manages to be more entertaining than any of the films I mentioned in this review.
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