The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The actors find themselves in the service of a lamely plotted and colorless screenplay, with Harris failing at his efforts to write the kind of pungent talk turned out by Richard Price.
So slow-moving and lacking in excitement that it's torture to sit through.
Surprisingly tepid, especially considering the flick's title.
Promoted like an action movie, but there's one problem -- this movie has no action!
Though it is being sold as if it's a sequel to Wesley Snipes' Passenger 57, Boiling Point never percolates. In fact, it hardly works its temperature up to tepid.
It's a fun movie and has some pretty cool moments including the Principal from Breakfast Club getting shotgunned in the face and run over twice by a deranged Viggo Mortensen. However, this really suffers from not knowing who their main character is. Wesley Snipes is definitely marketed as the good guy action hero, but it's almost as if there is just as much time spent humanizing Dennis Hopper. It just makes the movie feel uneven when it could have been a really straightforward action extravaganza.
A unremarkable movie. Cops bend the rules a bit to catch the bad guy.
Average action of Wesley Snipes I ever watched.
Utterly run-of-the-mill action/crime drama that's very low on ideas or invention of any kind. Completely forgettable.
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