The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Awkward comic timing and uneven performances spoil the desired effect.
Anyone familiar with the book or BBC miniseries (or over the age of 6) will not be surprised by the outcome, except for how wholly unengaging and tedious it is made here.
The movie's real discovery ... is the shimmery Heskin -- in love with the camera and the audience, and marvelously attuned to the screwball stimuli all around her.
A better way to combine the church and Jane Austen? Rent the Colin Firth version of Pride and Prejudice and read the Book of Mormon during the slow bits.
The 2005 Joe Wright version is superb.
A good, old-fashioned movie with a pretty star, a good heart and no cynicism
Creatively updated and terrifically colorful...
Marks the next step in the evolution of the burgeoning Mormon film genre.
Falls as flat on its face as a teenage girl trying on her first pair of high heels.
The acting, peppered with performers making their film debuts, is largely awful.
Feels like 10% Austen and 90% unpublished varsity show at Brigham Young University.
Director Black paces at a leaden plod, with great gaping pauses between lines that make the 104-minute movie feel three hours long.
Kind of like watching a music video. Cute and frothy. Attractive, though unknown, cast do a good job at distracting you from the fact there is not a whole lot happening here. I personally find Jane Austen movies quite dull, so to me, this modern version was an improvement.
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