The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (20)
| Top Critics (2)
| Fresh (13)
| Rotten (7)
| DVD (1)
The year`s funniest movie to date.
Tired '80s slapstick comedy has cursing, drinking.
Chevy Chase does the best comedic acting of his movie career in this off-beat satire of exquisite rural living.
...cute, easygoing, and engaging.
Silly, but Chase adds his own brand of humor.
One of Chase's better vehicles (although that may be damning with faint praise)
Not to bad for a Chase comedy. Love those lamb fries.
One of Chevy's best.
Middling star vehicle that wastes its director's talents.
Lightweight and fluffy, but Chase is surprisingly kinda charming!
I never saw this back in the 80's. I have to say, I was shocked to discover this was from 1988, looking at it, I was thinking maybe 82 or 83. It is extremely dated to look at with a dull, flat look to it. None of the colour or flair I would associate with an 80's movie.
Story is okay, about a couple who move to a small town so the guy can write a book. A few small laughs, but it crosses into National Lampoons style humor, which really isn't my thing.
The Christmas scene is very pretty, though. Not a classic for me, though people who grew up with this one may have a different view of it.
Another one with my least favourite cliched "happy ending" scene. So nauseating.
An hilarious movie about a writer who moves out to the country to get some peace and quiet so he can write, but finds it's not that easy. Chase is fantastic in this movie, I really enjoyed it.
It's considered an 80's classic, but it's not quiet as memorable.
Dated, but funny! Funny farm is pure hilarity!
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