Although the dialogue becomes repetitive, the voice performances are all solid and distinctive. But better than that are some of the visuals, particularly in nocturnal scenes around the taco stand, which create both a heightened realistic evocation of shabby San Fernando Valley environs and an echo of classic noir visions of semi-desperate L.A. characters deciding to put all their chips on one roll of the dice. Kudos to the director and the animators on this score, but it should be noted that, just as Roger Deakins was engaged to advise on Rango, ace cinematographer Wally Pfister worked as visual consultant here. Henry Jackman's score is nothing if not propulsive.
As the bulls seem fit to post snippets of "great" reviews from Variety, THR etc. I think it's also worth noting that people touted Rise of the Guardians' reviews and being 74% "fresh" on Rotten Tomatoes... we all know how that turned out.
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