The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (19)
| Top Critics (5)
| Fresh (12)
| Rotten (7)
| DVD (4)
Mr. Bridges may not have breathed fire into this material, but he has preserved most of its better qualities. He has treated it with intelligence, respect and no undue reverence, assembling a coherent film that resists any hint of exploitation.
Along the gruesome road to self-discovery, Bright Lights offers some entertaining, episodic, danceable highlights.
The movie is like a Porsche outfitted with a lawn mower engine; there's not even enough juice to get the machine out of the driveway.
Fox is very good in the central role (he has a long drunken monologue that is the best thing he has ever done in a movie).
Jamie may be less articulate and inspired than Holden Caulfield, but he seems as genuine a spokesman for his time.
Flyblown, devoid of pace and heat; it's such a mortician's slab that it's hard to even tell if the Fox performance is wasted on it, though I suspect it is.
truth be told, nothing much happens other than a series of increasingly mortifying benders
Pure '80s rock 'n' roll fun from start to finish.
muddled but engaging
Even when the story lingers at times, the central character is played so strongly that you can still stay with the film.
This slice of New York yuppie angst is watchable, but forgettable.
Moves at a snails pace, but it's worthwhile sticking in for performances like this
A fantastic cast, and a heavy drama, this is a good movie, it's very 80s, I really enjoyed it, and I highly recommend it..
A movie that will intrigue you and will pull you in and show you what its like to be a cocaine addict.
I just adore Michael J. Fox.
This left much to be desired. I think Michael was miscast, but the plot and dialogue wasn't that great either. Some books should not be made into movies.
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