The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Well shot by Joseph Ruttenberg, and the transformations are effectively handled, but it's generally shallow and anaemic.
A little Freudian theory is a dangerous thing. It can make a piece of errant hokum dizzy with significance.
Under Victor Fleming's direction, it's sober and turgid but far from unwatchable, thanks exclusively to the caliber of the performances.
If you mess with perfection, you end up with the beast.
Conventions of the time did not allow director Victor Fleming to examine the powerful sexual undertones of Stevenson's tale, robbing the film of much of its potential insight
MGM gave the familiar story the big-budget, big-star treatment, but in the process drained it of all of its biting social and psychological implications.
Quite eerie classic thriller with Tracy surprisingly good in title role(s).
The entire effort was misconceived, one that offers more ham than steak.
Less an outright horror film than its predecessor and more a straightforward psychological study. Most of the earlier sex is replaced by a stubborn, straightlaced morality.
Botched remake of the 1931 classic.
The story behind the film (nobody was allowed to see pictures of Tracy transformed prior to release) is more interesting than the film itself, but it's still hard to go wrong with a cast like this.
Spencer Tracy is miscast and overrated in one of the weakest adaptations of the story to date.
One of my favourite horror movies of the 40s. Great cast, classic story, it's exciting, dramatic, and somewhat romantic. I love it.
Tracy is badly miscast here and it almost fatal hurts the film but the MGM gloss and beauty of both Ingrid Bergman and Lana Turner compensate somewhat.
Very very nice version of the classic tale.
Spencer Tracy assays the schizophrenic Jekyll/Hyde role in this remake of the 1931 hit. A notch below its model, but it does feature the memorable image of Ingrid Bergman's head as a champagne bottle cork.
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