The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Definitely one of the more intriguing and neglected of Ray's second-degree efforts.
An oddity, then, but one distinguished by Ray's characteristic refusal to patronise or glamorise his characters.
If not Nicholas Ray's greatest movie, then surely the rapturous culmination of his palpable desire to do a musical
Ray milks the comedy element for all it's worth, and the musical numbers are staged surprisingly well by a director mainly known for his gritty dramas.
All the lively song-and-dance routines and steamy shots of a scantily clad Russell can't make up for the crass dialogue and boring melodramatics.
An always lively presentation despite its preposterous storyline.
Silly and overblown. Jane is fiery but not believable as a gypsy for a second.
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