The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (15)
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| Rotten (7)
The Alejandro Lozano film may lack the writing finesse shown by the Coen brothers or Quentin Tarantino, but the Latin touch makes up for the rough spots.
There isn't any deep message to Matando Cabos; it's pure entertainment.
A grimly unfunny and stupefyingly inept comedy.
A Spanish-language black comedy with a frenetic style that plays out like regurgitated Tarantino and Guy Ritchie.
What makes this movie funny -- and different from all the pictures it may remind you of -- is the relentlessness of its characters' amorality.
Prominently placed in Jaque's bachelor pad is a poster for Down by Law, but it's abundantly clear that Lozano and company have been re-watching Pulp Fiction for the last decade.
It's hit and miss (in more ways than one). There are moments when this is hilarious and times when the extreme violence snatches away all possibility of humor.
Exhibits a lot of energy and visual pizzazz, but ultimately it's all empty style without substance, and its characters are a repulsive lot.
First-time feature director and co-writer Alejandro Lozano can't maintain his plot's cleverness nor the split-second comic timing a film with this many crazy coincidences needs to succeed.
This well-paced flick skillfully balances all the violence and wackiness.
A dirty good time, a hilarious tragedy that paints smiles on the sad human condition.
America has its share of Quentin Tarantino wannabes; why shouldn't Mexico? Alejandro Lozano is pretty good as wannabes go, though.
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