The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Often seen as a Waiting to Exhale with men, The Brothers is amiable. However, it feels superficial and somewhat of a retread.
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A lively, affectionate and well-acted romantic comedy.
A politically incorrect but often hilarious jam session.
Airless and oddly fatiguing.
It's easier to laugh with the movie than take it seriously.
Like candy, this male answer to the 1995 film Waiting to Exhale is sweet, pleasing and goes down easy -- but it's not very filling. Still, it's tasty while it lasts.
If The Brothers falls far short of its prototype, Waiting to Exhale, it still conveys a warm-blooded affection for its characters.
An entertaining but too-familiar comedy about the romantic woes of African-Americans.
a pleasant and enjoyable romantic comedy showcasing several talented performers
One is left with warm memories of laughs, loves, and most of all likable characters with whom one wouldn't mind spending another two hours.
Although it's funny at times and very well intentioned, The Brothers has nothing new to say.
Brothas and Sistas make sure you see this movie!
Often entertaining, mostly unsurprising, but ultimately rewarding
I don't think you'll see movies like this anymore--a film about black brotherhood and the trials of their lives (especially love lives). The market so far is flooded with "he ain't no good" films by Tyler Perry (and sometimes diamond in the rough films) or gangster films full of violence and an absence of positive black female characters. This film was like a black male version of the Sex and the City, obviously made for female viewers. It was entertaining and endearing during its time though feels dated watching it now. If it came on television again years later, I can't say I wouldn't sit down for a dose of nostalgia though.
Not too bad!
I happened across this on TV, and it was interesting enough to watch to the end. There is something about a movie where four good friends get together every so often to play basketball and figure out what is going on with their relationships.
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