The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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An inept attempt at a romantic comedy aimed at 'Nsync fans.
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An innocuous romantic comedy about missed connections, like Serendipity for people who can't vote yet.
Less a romance than a feature-length plug for 'N Sync and its personalities.
Certainly, you could find far more unpleasant ways to while away 85 minutes.
Harmless romantic and musical hijinks abound, and sentimentality prevails.
On the Line tries too hard to be everything to everyone. And as the saying goes, when you try to please everyone, you end up pleasing no one.
The movie has some clumsy dialogue and awkward turns, but the picture is brisk and likable.
Dull story, some vulgar humor in Lance Bass romance.
This movie is so loopy and simplistic, you question the inspiration behind such a sappy farce.
For his character being such a die-hard Cubs fan, [Lance] Bass throws a baseball like an 8-year-old girl.
Let's put it this way - there are bad movies, really bad movies, and there's On the Line.
Plays like a Freddie Prinze Jr. movie without Freddie Prinze Jr. And wouldn't you know, that turns out to be a good thing.
The film delivers on its admittedly modest mission -- to painlessly effect a pop star's transition to movie actor -- despite being not very subtle.
The best part about this movie was Emmanuelle Chriqui, she is smoking hott! There's a good range of cool songs and some pretty funny comedy through out it as well.
The only downfall really was kind of a typical love story that you could guess the ending of before the movie already started.
Nonetheless it's a pretty good movie to watch - a good date movie, if it does nothing else for some people.
I think this would have been a great movie without the likes of Emmanuelle Chriqui as the lead female character. Anyone would have been a better selection. Lance Bass's character wasn't convincing enough.
The Half-Star rating goes to Joey Fatone in his ever musical pursuit to be the next big Rock-Star!
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