The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (18)
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Falls several sea miles of open water behind Pixar's Finding Nemo.
Turtly disappointing, turtly sanctimonious in its eco message, and turtly derived from Finding Nemo.
The characters are thin, the dialogue is bland and the animation is plasticky, though the 3D effects are sometimes interesting in a lurid, sub-Pixar fashion.
The color palette and the movement of the characters also serve as an attraction for the little ones, who are undoubtedly destined for The Adventures of Sammy, but their companions can also enjoy it. [Full review in Spanish]
Annoyingly cute is one way to describe this film; sickly sweet is another.
far too reminiscent of films that have gone before it and suffers from being overly didactic about its environmental themes.
Here, director and co-writer Ben Stassen shows as much contempt for characterisation as he did with his previous feeble effort, the offensively banal insect adventure Fly Me to the Moon.
You can't fault the film's message - it just doesn't know where to take it other than just pointing it out.
It seems guaranteed to infuriate anyone over seven.
Originality isn't the film's strong suit and Sammy's adventures never come close to the escapades of Nemo, but the 3D certainly earns some points with the ocean brought to dazzling, spectacular, colourful life.
A Belgian production that can boast some accomplished Finding Nemo-style underwater visuals.
The kid-flick charm of early reels, narrated with a folksy rasp by John Hurt, gives way to a ponderous eco-fable.
It was a cute movie lol. Loved it.
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