The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (7)
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Acting and direction save it from every pothole of mawkishness it might have dropped into; and as a comedy of temperament it manages to be feeling and funny at once, not such a usual or easy thing to be.
The penultimate film of the 61-year-old Frank Capra.
Capra's next to last film, a tale of a widower and his young son, is not up to his level but the film is entertaining due to the star turn of Frank Sinatra, and of course the popular Oscar-winning tune "High Hopes," which he sings.
Weak Capra light drama does have Sinatra and Edward G.
Overlong, reactionary, but enjoyable with enough of the old Capra magic to make it work.
Capra's second to last film, made in 1959, and set in Miami Beach, shows widower swinger single pop Sinatra trying to stay financially afloat while trying to raise his serious young son in a beachside hotel. Thelma Ritter and Eddie G. and Capra's deft touch lift the proceedings considerably and the piece includes the song "High Hopes".
One of the best performances I've EVER seen by Ol' Blue Eyes --
the supporting cast makes this worthwhile
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