The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (16)
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It's strange: We leave the movie having enjoyed its conclusion so much that we almost forgot our earlier reservations. But they were there, and they were real.
Delightful Neil Simon modern-day fairy tale has swearing.
Stagey, literal, and sentimental, this romantic film is mediocre in every respect, writing by Neil Simon, direction by Herbert Ross.
Broadway-like funny romantic comedy sitcom about struggling Manhattan actors, that has its awkward moments.
Dreyfuss got his Oscar for this Neil Simon romantic comedy costarring Marsha Mason.
Dreyfuss is great but the movie has not held up well.
Emblematic of the underside of 70s American film.
A bittersweet love story by Neil Simon.
Dreyfuss' Oscar-winning performance and the chemistry between him and Mason, plus Neil Simon script make this an entertaining watch.
A woman, Paula (Marsha Mason) & a man, Elliott Garfield (Richard Dreyfuss) are forced to share an apartment after Tony DeForrest, an actor who took care of Paula & her 10 year old daughter Lucy (Quinn Cummings in her first role) left & Elliott was next to sublet the apartment. Elliott acts as Richard lll in an off-off broadway play. Paula & Elliott fight through the duration of the film until they learn to appreciate one & another fall in love. The chemistry between Dreyfuss & Mason is wonderful & Quinn Cummings shines in the role of Mason's daughter Lucy. Another part that is funny is when Dreyfuss is acting as Richard lll :) Richard Dreyfuss's best film :) Everyone needs to see this movie :) It's just ahhhhhmazing! :) :) :) :)
This is not your average love hate relationship. Dreyfuss deserved his Oscar, and everyone deserves to see this film.
Winning love story, written by Neil Simon, has great chemistry between its leads. Scenes where Dreyfuss is a flamboyant Richard III are side-splitting.
I quite enjoyed this film. Elliot (Richard Dreyfuss) and Paula (Marsha Mason) are forced to share a New York apartment. They grow from hating to appreciating each other.
Dreyfuss won an Academy award for his part, but Quinn Cummings as Paula's daughter does wonderfully in her role. The gay Richard III is a lark too.
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