The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The pathos is powerful too, and one wonders why cinema managers don't sell packets of handkerchiefs along-side all the chocolate and ice-creams.
Although it may not offer sufficient action and bratty humor for a contemporary tyke, this warm and moving story of two young brothers and a magical white horse will satisfy the same sort of parent-child combinations as The Secret Garden.
There must have been oofle-dust around in sackfuls to persuade Barkin to lend her aura to a project that asks so little of her.
Unassuming and mildly pleasant, but mostly unassuming.
A family film in the truest sense of the word. Clever, wise, and endearing whether you have kids or not.
This one was a bit confusing. It is based on some Irish folklore that is at times hard to follow and/or understand. The kids were cute, and their relationship with the horse was adorable. The story itself was charming enough, but I think that some of the translation was lost somehow. Cute enough, though, for light entertainment...
Silly little film about Gabriel Byrne and his screen children. Shouldn't be watching by anyone over the age of 10.
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