The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (30)
| Top Critics (7)
| Fresh (5)
| Rotten (25)
| DVD (2)
The outrageousness isn't consistently sustained, and the pic tends to peter out somewhere around the two thirds mark.
Tasteless? Oh, yeah.
A tone-deaf, scattershot and dispiritingly cheesy affair with more groans than laughs.
A stupid lowdown vulgar comedy.
Don't bother to hang around for the outtakes. They're not funny either.
Occasionally funny, but all too often driven by the juvenile conviction that anything even remotely connected with homosexuality is riotously funny...
A ribald flood of comic bliss.
Okay starring vehicle for Norm MacDonald, but you'd think he could do better.
: "Saturday Night Live" alum Norm Macdonald's feature debut ain't great, but he is.
Why does Hollywood think that everyone who ever appeared on "Saturday Night Live" deserves a film career as a reward? What's the excuse for showcasing Norm Macdonald, a third-rate Dennis Miller knockoff whose delivery is slower than Priority Mail?
...proves that a comedy doesn't need an R rating to be crude, rude, or stupid. Even an innocent PG-13 can do the trick.
Attempts to carry on the comedic-vengeance tradition, with arguably mixed results.
Painfully bad, Bob Saget's Dirty Work is a bland comedy that is not worth your time and relies on stupid humor for making you laugh. Problem is, is that it's not funny. This film bad, and with a poor cast that really don't bring anything good to the screen, this film should be avoided. The film is so poorly written and though it has an interesting idea for a plot, it fails due to a weak cast. I hate Norm MacDonald and Artie Lange. I find them to be very mediocre comedians that simply aren't funny. Bob Saget directs this, and he showcases his extremely unfunny humor in spades. Dirty Work might have succeeded if it had a better script, better cast and better director. This was bad. I didn't like it one bit and thought it a waste of time. This is not the type of comedy that withstands multiple viewings. Dirty Work has a bad film, one with a paper thin plot, and bad gags that don't stand out. You can watch something better than this, and as far as comedies are concerned, this one simply is a collection of poorly written jokes after the other. This could have been a great film, but it fails on almost every level, and it's not worth watching. I've seen it once when it came out, and that was enough. If you want a great comedy that will actually make you laugh, watch something else. Dirty Work simply didn't cut it, and is a pointless film that misses the mark on every level. Whenever it tries to be funny, it isn't. The humor just becomes repetitive after awhile, and ultimately unfunny. A good idea ruined by a poor script.
Terrible funny, but very silly and expendable. Rotten.
I saw this on TV one day, but I didn't see all of it. There were some funny scenes, but for the most part I wasn't too entertained.
A lot of fun.
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