The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The tone is good-natured enough to make a simple movie semi-watchable.
Looking for plot holes? You can't miss them. But if you go in hoping for a good time, you'll find that, too.
Mr. Jamal's direction ranges from clumsy to competent. Fortunately, even as Mr. Jamal's characters hit notes reminiscent of a half-baked television pilot, they disclose eccentricities that his cast spins into comic gold.
Overwritten and under-directed by Maurice Jamal, the movie contains several honest moments but remains too awash in clichÃ (C)s and stereotypes to take seriously.
Cheesy crockpot of a film.
The film's plea for tolerance is commendable but would have more weight if only it were executed with more panache.
run of the mill, with a few good laughs along the way
Is it sidesplitting? No, but it's cute. Is it wonderfully wicked? No, but it's got a few twists and turns. Is it a classic? Probably not, but it's an encouraging move into a new kind of gay film and a story not often told.
By far the best of a plethora of holiday family-reunion films, Maurice Jamal's warmly hilarious Dirty Laundry is particularly blessed with the presence of Loretta Devine
Jamal's comedy of family dysfunction is essentially a sitcom episode writ large; it's not subtle, but it's good-natured and hits its marks with ruthless efficiency.
Even though homophobia may be more of a hurdle in the 'hood than Hollywood, this ensemble's supportive response to Sheldon's revealing his sexual preference proves to be a surprisingly sweet way to close out this well-meaning message movie.
Visually dull, without an ounce of cinematic purpose, pic will work most effectively on the small screen.
This was an example of a good idea for an interesting drama that was ruined by bad acting and a story that was a little too slow to start.
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