The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Pic lacks the development needed for a full-length feature and, following a hilarious opening sequence, it becomes tiresomely one-note.
Most of the film feels conceived and shot on the fly -- like between lunch breaks for Shearer's radio show and his Simpson voice-overs.
The satire is unfocused, while the story goes nowhere.
It is supremely unfunny and unentertaining to watch middle-age and older men drink to excess, piss on trees, b.s. one another and put on a show in drag.
A beyond-lame satire, Teddy Bears' Picnic ranks among the most pitiful directing debuts by an esteemed writer-actor.
Too much of it feels unfocused and underdeveloped.
Low fidelity comedy all around.
When one hears Harry Shearer is going to make his debut as a film director, one would hope for the best
Very much like its title, the movie is too cuddly and frolicking to get a satirical grip on its rich and powerful characters, or their real life targets.
Hardy har har.
The real shame is that such a talented ensemble cast is so badly wasted in this lame attempt at political discourse.
An ugly, pointless, stupid movie.
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