The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Everyone feels left on autopilot, including Kartheiser, who seems to be playing a different flavor of borderline-unbelievable creepy in each scene.
You can't help but wish it would have been a little bit funnier considering the past work of both of the writers.
An average comedy with a clever hook, Most Likely to Murder never quite achieves its goal.
...is a movie to get behind simply due to all of the talented people involved.
Raunchy comedy about dim man-child; cursing, nudity, drugs.
Most Likely To Murder is a pretty predictable movie but just manages to work. I laughed at the right moments through this retelling of an over-told story.
...manages to be weird and silly and creepy in all the right places, and is simply a good time that will keep you guessing just as much as it has you laughing.
"Murder" remains rich with absurdity, humiliations, and bad decisions, with surges of physical comedy and effective improvisation keeping the viewing experience compelling.
Most Likely to Murder may not reinvent the wheel of holiday films, but its subversion of the genre, especially its willingness to fully indict and satirize its own protagonist, gives us ample reason to invest interest in the future of Gregor's filmography
Most Likely To Murder with its lame brain situations and surface-level comedy is mostly just an R-rated sitcom.
Most Likely to Murder is an enjoyable watch, blending qualities from both the comedy and thriller genres in a way that takes you on a fun ride, and possibly makes you even consider your own high school superlatives.
It's obvious on screen everyone had fun making the film, and the chemistry between [Doug] Mand and [Adam] Pally - long-time Upright Citizen Brigade collaborators - and [Rachel] Bloom (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), make it a joy to watch.
Pretty straight-to-TV feel, but I moderately enjoyed watching the fuck-ups.
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