The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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An entertaining vehicle for vivid performances by both actors.
There's a good reason why no one's ever made a movie about this before - in fact, there are probably a few.
There's a fascinating performance near the center of The Hummingbird Project, but director Kim Nguyen never finds the urgency in his feels-true-but-isn't narrative.
Though this intriguing genre-hybrid might be just a little too odd for more mainstream success, this is a promising step in the right direction for Nguyen.
Despite some interesting ideas and a stellar cast, The Hummingbird Project is crushed by a mundane premise.
When the project finally manages to achieve the numbers it had set out to achieve, it is obsolete and one is left wondering at the massive waste of time, energy, and money the film centers itself around.
A quirky, bitter-sweet fictional take on the extremes that stock market types will go to make a fast buck... or in this case, an astronomically fast million.
Nguyen's tightly directed adult drama always captivates, but his undercooked script cannot help but beg the question "so what?" when the credits roll.
The Hummingbird Project rolls along entirely on its leads' awkward rapport. Eisenberg filters most of the story's stress through his usual fast-talking hustler thing...while Skarsgård takes the more broadly comic role as a fussy genius.
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