The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Ethan Green makes for an annoying protagonist, the jokes aren't funny, and everyone is as flat as the paper the comic is printed on.
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The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green can't be accused of false advertising. This adaptation of the underground comic strip is mostly unfabulous.
George Bamber's film is bouncy and agreeable but has a certain flatness to it; never making the case for its existence as a movie rather than a comic strip.
Tiresome romantic comedy that reinforces every imaginable gay stereotype.
This feels like a school play that someone has dragged to film school and turned into a final project.
In his directing debut, David Vernon, formerly a first assistant and second assistant director, opts for the look of a cable TV pilot.
The film's tone veers from misjudged sincerity to shrill sketch comedy of the broadest stripe.
Lead characters who are completely unlikable fly right in the face of what most filmmakers think the audience wants. But I'll take that any day over a blandly nice character.
There's just not enough real heart to go along with the cutesiness.
The drawings of Eric Orner's comic strip on which the movie is based are more animated than the actors who fail to give any dimension to their characters.
With its unpleasant characters, inconsistent script and awkward acting, what's not to hate?
The title does its own summing up: mostly, it's unfab.
No, he doesn't have anything terribly important, or even original to say, but he's funny, flighty and adorable, sort of like a gay Holly Golightly.
Started off great and than unfortunately drifted into slapstick comedy with few truly good moments. I was entertained throughout most of it, therefore I reluctantly give it 3 stars. BUT don't expect much: the plot is predictable, the acting mediocre at best, the comedy is mostly slapstick - entertainment, not great cinema.
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