The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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9 to 5 is tremendous fun.
This is one of the most delightful films of the year. It's an entertaining movie with a social and political point to make about office politics.
Although it can probably be argued that Patricia Resnick and director Colin Higgins' script [from a story by Resnick] at times borders on the inane, the bottom line is that this picture is a lot of fun.
Despite an excellent and promising cast, this Hollywood attempt at a mainstream feminist comedy is flabby and bland.
[Parton] is, on the basis of this one film, a natural-born movie star, a performer who holds our attention so easily that it's hard to believe it's her first film.
It's clearly a movie that began as someone's bright idea, which then went into production before anyone had time to give it a well-defined personality.
The three women rise up against the oppressive male establishment, and systematically humiliate and abuse their boss in a number of not terribly funny scenes.
A serious subject is given a lively comic sheen in this picture, which hardly seems dated when viewed through the prism of the contemporary workplace.
Classic '80s comedy takes on sexual harassment.
The situations and dialogue are reflections of the tiresome grind that has become the average American workforce, a routine of artifice and pleasantries that mask an inner disgust for corporate politics.
A frequently hilarious comic revenge fantasy that struck a cord with people from all walks of life.
A women's lib valentine.
Actually downgraded this - was worse than I remembered. The three leads are great and I liked the idea of the downtrodden office workers, but it goes too heavily into the revenge and becomes boring. I also hated the three revenge fantasies. Too long and pointless.
A fabulous chick flick! It's very funny, and the actresses are fantastic. The story is funny, and realistic too. I highly recommend this one.
I really like the plot. It was a good 80's film but the acting was little on the weak side.
Hilarious story about three women who get back at their chauvinistic boss :) Great to see Jane Fonda & Dolly Parton when they're younger :)
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