The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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In the end, Romy comes across not as her conservative Sissi fans might have liked, but as she probably wanted: real, flawed, open-hearted, and very human.
A single knockout performance does not make a compelling film, and Atef's intimate psychodrama ultimately lacks the imaginative verve and narrative meat to fill its overlong running time.
Three Days in Quiberon refuses to freeze Schneider in rote postures of suffering and instead presents the actress as occasionally joyous, reckless, and self-aware without being self-obsessed.
[A] handsome, scrupulously well-crafted drama.
A raw and uneasy film about tortured celebrity - mid-20th-century European film star Romy Schneider - and the endless female struggle to break free of the small boxes our culture tries to confine us to.
That rare bird: an interesting, innovative biopic.
A beautifully made love letter to an icon, this is a timely exploration of toxic celebrity culture and the victims it leaves in its wake.
Marie Bäumer's performance is riveting and the film is worth watching for her alone.
The film argues that no life can be reduced to a handful of anecdotes, or a simplistic media image that a living, breathing human being has little hope of living up to.
Convincingly takes the viewer beyond the surface of Schneider's stardom and her final attempt to control it.
Gwisdek is a tricky delight as the unscrupulous journalist who instinctively seeks out Romy's weakest points. But she disarms him too.
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