The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Neither trashy nor self-consciously funny enough to make its genre-trapped ludicrousness sing.
As ineffectual police work and broken feet stack up, the silliness gets out of hand.
Everything, including the ending, plays out exactly as you'd expect.
An unmitigated B-movie that isn't thrilling enough or cheesy enough to make it worth the trip.
Homecoming is coldly efficient for what it is. But what it is is trash.
Nothing in the film is truly, laughably bad, but then -- unlike this year's Obsessed -- nothing is campily entertaining, either.
Horror has the capacity to be a truly subversive genre, and no film makes this point quite as blow to the head bluntly, as Joe Dante's Homecoming, the first film to be screamed in the series on Friday, January 13th.
This ripoff of "Misery" will make you miserable. Paul Chambers, CNN.
...there is so little new or innovative about it that if you're a normal moviegoer, you've seen it all before.
Rent Obsessed instead. That one you can at least laugh at.
Too lazy, preposterous and inane to even be considered as a guilty pleasure.
The movie takes a premise that might have served as the basis of a weepy romantic drama and turns it into something very different, but no less insulting.
Decent. Barton was better in this than she was in the O.C. Pretty predictable, and funny that the director is the same one that directs the TV show Teen Mom.
This movie wasn't too bad...mental glimpses of "Misery" and "Fatal Attraction" gives you this fairly good teen gone to college from former small town...and comes back home to visit...with complications from and old flame which includes his new main squeeze...see this it was interesting.
After watching Homecoming, I found it a weak mix between Fatal Attraction and Misery.The plot was nothing new we had seen before, a scholarship was given to Mike, a role for Matt Long, so he came back for Christmas and brought his new girlfriend, Elizabeth. But Mike's ex girlfriend Shelby, great performance by Misha Barton, in a bad role, she was not happy to see him back with a girlfriend and wanted Elizabeth out of the picture.She hit Elizabeth with her car and left her injured, so she took her in her house to take care of her but as a prisoner.So she could do everything to get Mike back.The ending could have been better. Elizabeth was rescued by Mike. and hit Shelby several times with a helmet, still it appeared she will woke up in the end.So there might be a sequel for this crap? So much in this movie was never clearly explained.
Really crappy movie.. the story line was good but the acting was off. Only by Mischa Barton. I just haven't liked anything she has been in since The Sixth Sense. This movie was released in July and I just watched it on t.v. Just shows you how bad it was. I did think Matt Long was good and Jessica Stroup. Liked their performance. But the movie was predictable and just blah.
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