The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Low-budget, over-ambitious multi-strander from debuting helmer Deepak Rauniyar is more interesting for its glimpse of a politically tense, mixed-race society where tradition and modernity mingle uneasily than for the surfeit of uneven dramas.
Picturesque flourishes and jumpy editing can't disguise this film's soapy heart.
What's left are best intentions squandered on a sadly unoriginal plot -- or more accurately put, plots -- which unfold in a disorganised and too often manipulated manner, leaving viewers indifferent and apathetic to it all.
The inter-weaving, multi-character arcs and naturalistic, overlapping dialogue...instantly invokes the works of celebrated auteurs Robert Altman and John Sayles.
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