The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (8)
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| DVD (1)
A refreshing take on an overused theme -- dysfunctional father-son connections -- starts gently and gets more compelling as it glides along like a woodworker's sharpened plane over smooth surfaces.
Possesses wisdom that is rare for film these days, let alone a debut.
Yes, there's craft in Nealon's writing, but it seems more suited to the riffing non-sequiturs of episodic television than the narrative arc of a film.
This is a young man's film. . .In this film, women are either dead, or not central to the process. Still it deserves its due; it's clean, well made and a nice piece of craftsmanship.
Living what comes naturally
paint-by-numbers script that just doesn't trust the audience enough
...earnest yet engaging...
The film works because relationships are given real respect. They are explored with tender care and never reduced to sappy emotionalism.
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