The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The surrounding cast makes An Eye For An Eye worth watching, and the frequent action scenes make it easy to look past Norris' cardboard-y dramatic acting.
Aside from a few random smatterings of chop-socky daring-do, there's not one single thing about this movie worth sitting through.
This is one of those 70s/80s cop drama/action flicks with a far-fetched storyline....and I enjoyed it very much. My only complaint was the middle portion of the film where the was little action to be had and spent a lot more time fleshing out the plot. I still recommend it for a fun action movie though.
The acting isn't the best, especially Mako's performance is really awful, but it has some decent action. Apart from the Chuck Norris's fumble, some of the fight scenes are very good, especially those fights near the end. The story is very simple, but it has good atmosphere, so it never bores.
Better than Chuck Norris' late 1970s movies. The dialogues between his character and Mako's are delightful and the settings and cast are better than usual, as is the story. Norris is no coward to fight against Christopher Lee's gangster without any weapons, only his tough fists and kicks.
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