The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Kirk Douglas' flinty performance fails to overshadow an otherwise dull and cliche-ridden affair.
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Inappropriate for audiences of all ages.
Douglas, always one of Hollywood's most vigorous actors, still commands the screen as Harry.
Kirk Douglas is still the champ.
Diamonds can be proud of its achievement as the ultimate primer on elderly embarrassments and the best ways to exploit them.
It'll be hard not to check your watch every five minutes.
The star's courageous performance is the main attraction of a movie that shamelessly pours on the sentiment.
A sub-par effort in family drama with Kirk Douglas barely registering above his usual excellence
Douglas struggles honorably with his stoke-impaired speech and a shoddy story.
I have to admit I shed some sentimental tears during the movie, so it's not really very bad at all, but it could have used a script polish.
The tag line for Diamonds promises that 'searching for buried treasure was never this much fun.' Replace 'much fun' with 'dull' and that marketing slogan suddenly gains a lot of truth.
Sadly, Kirk Douglas' real-life stroke is the most compelling ingredient in Miramax's new cobbled-together caper flick.
Even in his prime, Douglas couldn't have saved himself from this cliche-ridden script.
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