The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A feeble and tedious satire on the New York art scene.
Squandering a potentially juicy subject for ridicule, the film simply doesn't have the wit necessary to do it justice, relying instead on obvious jokes and stereotypical characterizations.
A deftly satisfying, comically coherent sendup of the world of art.
The concept is simple, even irresistible, but Posner's dishearteningly unsophisticated treatment itself rings false.
The female characters, with the exception of Britton, tend toward vulgar and the men register at various degrees of obnoxiousness.
An amusing, light-hearted satire of a Manhattan art world.
The send-up here is relatively weak
Irritatingly cutesy and self-satisfied on top of it all, making the picture something of an endurance test besides being a misfire.
The movie's rife with types ... but any story's a good story if it's told well, and this one is, with chuckles to spare.
[Eigeman's] driving insistence to reach some meaningful point with his Gus pushes The Next Big Thing into otherwise undeserved success.
Hardly the next big thing to hit theaters.
The sweet romantic comedy overwhelms the satirical bitterness, producing a fluffy, pleasant, instantly forgettable picture that feels more than a little behind the times.
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