The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Though the four actors are good together, the jokes are stale and not funny.
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Most of the jokes work well but too many of them have the ritual, predictable feel of sitcom humor.
The movie is so mild, so benign, its humiliation-to-vindication arc so predictable and its old-folks jokes so feeble that you want them to start shooting the remake immediately.
Tired, listless and anemic.
Some movies (The Tao of Steve, say) are like Pepto for your summer blockbuster heartburn. This one is like a half-pound Macho Loco burrito. With fire salsa and extra onions.
For all its violent gestures, this one screams safety, safety, safety, never taking anything like a real chance, never going anywhere unruly or unpredictable in its dogged allegiance to blandness.
Stuck in a dry old tributary without a paddle.
A forgettable made-for-TV-like production.
The movie always seems to be out of sync with itself.
My first reaction to The Crew was: 'Thank goodness it was only 88 minutes.'
Once the story clicks into gear, The Crew is a lot of fun. But that doesn't happen until after the midpoint.
... the worst of American popular culture; it is a lazy, condescending, formulaic film that the filmmakers didn't even bother to finish
Yeah, nothing funnier than old men farting and Viagra jokes.
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