The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Comic possibilities are everywhere in Blind Date, and the tireless Mr. Edwards leaves none of them unexploited.
What this movie needs is Cybill Shepherd playing hard to get. Or anybody playing hard to get.
This is the kind of movie that serves as a reminder that comedy is agonizingly difficult when it works, and even more trouble when it doesn't.
There are pratfalls aplenty and enough animal antics to elicit a few giggles, but Willis and Basinger never quite bring the necessary spark to the roles and the film disappears as fast as a bag of popcorn.
[Blu-ray Review] Increasingly contrived and longwinded at just 95 minutes, this is the kind of film that has been helmed with skill despite lackluster material.
A guilty pleasure from Willis and Bassinger's glory days!
Underappreciated rom-com with Larroquette in top form
Hir or miss, but a couple of the gags that do hit are screamingly funny. A bit involving Graham Stark's butler and a doberman had me howling uncontrollably.
Would you believe My Stepmother Is an Alien was better?
When Edwards misfires, he misfires big.
This is something special, even among its ilk. Frighteningly bad.
Blind Date is a funny movie, but only in parts. As a Sunday afternoon Superstation timewaster, it'll do the job every bit as well as an episode of Moonlighting or Night Court.
One of the funniest films of the 80s, this comedy about a blind date going awry enjoys embarrassing situations for its protagonist and piles one after the other until you can't take it anymore. Director Edwards already delivered a similar film with his classic "What's up, doc", recycling a few of the ideas here, but still creating another riot of confusion, chaos and insane characters. The chemistry between Willis and Basinger is great and even though the film reeks of the 80s in every second, it's still fun to revisit over and over again.
In Blind Date, Walter Davis(Bruce Willis) goes on an arranged night-out,with Nadia Gates,(Kim Basinger), that starts off well but turns very, very ugly when alcohol gets into the mix. Don't worry though... this is a romantic comedy so you should be able to turn off your brain and watch the silliness unfold until you get to the happy ending.
had a few laughs~!
This is a pretty wild comedy romance adventure, I really liked it Willis and Basinger can be really funny when they want to. This movie is highly entertaining and I really like it.
A homage to the classic screwball comedies that lacks charm and needed to be shortened. some parts are hysterically funny though.
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