The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Surprisingly, the film is delightful-mostly because of 15-year-old Hayley Mills, the blonde button nose who played the endearing delinquent in Tiger Bay.
There is a reason the original Parent Trap has stood the test of time. It's sweet without being sucky, and incredibly sophisticated for what is, ostensibly, a kids' movie.
A nice and charming family comedy. [Full review in Spanish]
Hayley Mills rocks in her dual role as twins.
An enjoyable, corny Disney picture with a memorable soundtrack featuring tunes sung by Tommy Sands and Annette Funicello.
...irrelevant and dated...
Easily one of the best Disney live-action films, with Mills shining in a dual role.
The story has been filmed three times...This is the best of them, thanks largely to Mills's natural comic charm.
Pretty good family film. Helps that Hayley Mills was my first crush, when I was 10 years old.
Probably the most entertaining of all Disney live action films of its era
...a delightful, juvenile, romantic-comedy romp, and, yes, maybe it works for adults, too.
Great production values... and a surprising sense of humor
This is way duller than the Lindsay Lohan version, especially the romance between the parents.
This is the original Disney film of The Parent Trap, and it's better than the remake, I think. It's fun and has good songs, and good actors too. I recommend it over the new one.
The Parent Trap delivers nice, heartwarming, good, clean and funny entertainment to viewers of all ages! You'll love it!
"You didn't know what a good thing you had when you had it."
I loved this movie as a kid. Hayley Mills in probably one of the better trick photography films of the 60s. I loved this one more than the Lindsay Lohan remake.
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