The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (6)
| Fresh (1)
| Rotten (5)
| DVD (2)
If this sounds like a knockoff of Se7en, that's because it is.
A blatant rip-off of Seven, but pretty scary and unsettling in its own right.
Approach it with really, really low expectations
The film has a strong visual style and is quite solid in its storytelling. I have watched this a few times over the years and it has found a guilty place in my collection. The detection skills by Lambert are laughable at times, the 1 plus 1 equals 2 moment is laugh out loud. The Seven connections are close and it is a clearly inspired by that better film. The quality of the actors is on the better side but with Lambert leading the show its a ham-fisted thriller that would be nothing without him. The Highlander team created another film worthy of cult status.
Well...3 stars cuz it had some good gore (and I am always a fan of that!). But, the movie on the whole was kind of so so.
Well made pot boiler that does bear a passing resemblance to Seven except this one's actually entertaining.
Although there are a few small plot holes and the killer's identity wasn't surprising it still doesnt take away from the film being an enjoyable and gory thriller.
Gore, sick I like it
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