The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Sigh. Magic has not struck twice for this franchise.
An overstuffed and desperate sequel that squanders the goodwill of the first film.
The Royal Wedding is actually less entertaining than the original, mostly because it failed to produce more bizarre, fairy-tale inspired sequences - like the "heroine attacked by wolves" scene in the original version.
This movie is frustrating and lifeless, more so than its Hallmark and Lifetime competitors because it's bad on purpose.
I also forgot most of A Christmas Prince 2's plot because it doesn't really have one. Maybe that's too mean: it definitely has a plot, one that's actually a little interesting this time.
Feel-good royal wedding fairy tale has mild language.
It's not as delightfully cheesy as the original flick, but it has enough snow, castles and pretty sparkles amongst the laughably predictable storylines to make it another Christmas classic.
It's not just that the movie is poorly made, written and acted. That was a given. What's most criminal is that the movie has no fun.
Much like its predecessor, A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding is both heartwarming and kitschy, and not particularly compelling-but also not bad.
Save for a strange Christmas pageant and a few brief scenes with cookies and Christmas trees, Royal Wedding is missing some Christmas spirit.
There are no wolves!
"The Royal Wedding" is an addictive movie that will make you cancel your social life, because you must watch it every single night for two weeks.
A formulaic sequel, A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding is a mildly entertaining yet disappointing Netflix original film. As her Christmas wedding approaches Amber is having trouble adjusting to royal protocol and the loss of personal freedom; meanwhile Prince Richard faces a growing crisis as his reform programs are failing and leading to increased unemployment. The acting is pretty bad, but then again so is the script; which couldn't be more cliche or trite. There's just no heart in this supposed romantic comedy. A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding is a poorly made film that's rote and uninspired.
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