The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The verdict on the makeover is not all good news.
The gin rummy game with Griffith and Goodman instead of Holliday and Crawford is enough to ruin a night out.
Where Holliday was always too sophisticated a butterfly right from the off, Griffith's copycat performance starts dumb -- but then never takes wing.
There is a fatal disconnection between place and characters who, conceived in one era, are crazily transported into another in which they don't quite fit.
To the growing list of unnecessary movies, add this remake of the Garson Kanin comedy.
There's no sense of screwball mayhem in the picture, no topsy-turvy brightness.
If the great American public makes the right choice, Born Yesterday will be dead tomorrow.
Pleasant little film with likable characters and some political points.
Griffith almost makes it watchable. She is as charismatic a camera presence as ever, but her magic is mostly muted in this flat retread.
In this pointless remake, essaying the Judy Holliday Oscar-winning role, Melanie Griffith gives a poor performance, marked by monotonous delivery and tiresome semi-spunky routines.
Not so much bad as thoroughly pointless.
Much more enjoyable than you'd think. Griffith and Johnson sizzle.
Melanie Griffith is a total charmer in this but everyone else is just okay.
A 90s rom com starring Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson that's basically a cheap knock off of Pygmalion with a shabby blackmail plot tacked on. As good as it sounds.
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