Brittany Runs a Marathon
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Compelling cinematography helped the film deliver on its main theme, that one man’s protagonist is another’s antagonist and as such justice is not blind. A little difficult to decipher in the act of watching the film, but it certainly spurs this conversation post-viewing. To me, that’s the hallmark of Koreeda’s films.
Not for kids. No real redeeming value for adults, either. The “lessons” are overshadowed by the protagonist’s actions for 95% or the film. This movie would be rated R if the dog’s words weren’t bleeped. You read that right. The dog cusses. A lot.
It didn’t beat Wall-E, but it’s number 2 all time fav Pixar movie.