The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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There are stronger Danny Kaye films out there, but 'On the Riviera' is perhaps the best showcase for all of the performer's talents . . . and it's entertaining enough.
Minor Danny Kaye romp, with some pleasant surprises.
Danny Kaye does impressions of Maurice Chevalier and Carmen Miranda as sort of a tribute respectively to the first incarnations of this film, as well as a posh Brit guy and a posh French guy and there are some location shots of the French Riviera with sunbathing babes circa 1950. There's a couple of production numbers that'll do in a pinch, but let's not get excited. The whole effort has the feel of a day job with all concerned. The one bright spot is the puppet number wherein Sylvia Fine, Kaye's wife and songwriter, makes some under-the-table and pointed comments about her marriage partner through the conceit of the song number. Yikes. The rest is standard issue Hollywood glam, with the prerequisite "as filling as white bread" subtext.
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