The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Funny and fun, but grows tired near the end. It's inevitable that poop jokes will grow tired, but I dug the nods to Temple of Doom (my favourite Indiana Jones flick) and Robocop. Ultimately, the story becomes repetitive though it does stay fast paced and the characters just aren't that interesting though the animation is great. More of a "should see" than a "must see".
I always thought that if I'd ever seen an animation as wacky as this it would not be from Hollywood. Guess what? It wasn't. This outrageous comedic animation comes from Korea.
The story is completely ridiculous, but it does wonders for this film. The human characters look very kiddish and cartoony and there is a group of characters called the diaper gang that really remind you of smurfs. Don't let that last sentence fool you into thinking this is a goofy cartoon for kids. This is FAR FROM IT. This film has everything a growing adult could ever want. Nudity, major violence, and extreme profanity. Just think of South Park on overload.
As mentioned earlier, the animation of the characters are really cartoony, yet this movie uses a combination of CG with the animation thus making this film visually pleasing. Nicely rendered backgrounds and colorful characters really liven up this film.
The action in here is a plenty and damn intense. This film is filled with blood and killings. I've never seen so much shootings in a single film, and I've seen Shoot 'Em Up. There is a character named Geko and whenever he is on screen his kill count goes up faster than the death of Taye Diggs in Equilibrium. The last twenty minutes of this short 90 minute film is explosive, which includes an awesome rail cart chase. If anybody can re-create this in live action, it would probably be one of my top action scenes.
This movie is not for everybody, but if you want to go for a hell of a ride, check this bad boy out. The theme in the ending credits is damn catchy as well. "Aachi & Ssipak ..."
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