The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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In its latter half the film... gradually runs out of ideas, and out of steam.
Complete Unknown is the perfect case study of what happens when bad movies rope in good actors.
Writer-director Joshua Marston gives Shannon a chance to shine as a character more pedestrian than the ones he usually plays, though the story is a little too thesis driven to build any dramatic momentum.
Despite its flaws, "Complete Unknown" raises provocative questions about the nature of identity and whether it's more a comfort or a trap.
Shannon is usually playing human question marks in the movies, so it's a twist here to see him playing the "normal" guy, except Shannon is too unconventional an actor to play anything in the normal range.
The movie brushes up against far-fetched soap-opera scenarios. The ending isn't altogether satisfying. Yet Weisz, playful and seductive, utterly confident, disarmingly vulnerable, delivers a performance that makes you forget all that.
A boring thriller that wastes the presence of fine actors and a very promising premise. [Full review in Spanish].
The central theme of recreation wanders about in its own duplicity, without fully satisfying or discovering its own identity.
This movie had the potential to be great, but instead it took its title literally and left the audience feeling completely unknown to the purpose...
Like a meteor, Complete Unknown shines bright early on but fizzles out when its evolving tone takes one too many left turns.
This modestly budgeted indie probably wouldn't work as well as it does if not for its two lead performances from Michael Shannon and Rachel Weisz.
A lot of what makes the film watchable in spite of some truly annoying, highfalutin quirks are the performances from Weisz and Shannon.
Veryy compelling story idea, just had no where to go. The acting is great, along with a star studed cast. The thing I liked most was the music.
Not particularly good. Decent acting, and Weisz is pretty good here, but the story is idiotic and poorly thought-out.
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