The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The strength of the film is that of the novel: an intoxicating brew of irresistable characters.
The emotional complexities unearthed are distinctly adult.
The film tries so hard to be funny, but ends up feeling like a rejected Woody ALlen script idea.
A mature, well-made film for teens and adults.
Kasdan's film lacks the spirit of Tyler's novel; he seems to be the wrong director to translate the author's affectionate and humorous treatment of the characters. Fortunately, Geena Davis as the eccentric dog-walker elevates the otherwise morose mood.
A genuinely beautiful and human story out of the Hollywood mills. Subtly amazing work from all concerned.
This is a warm movie told in the temperature of almost-recognizable life; it's a believable love story, joked up a bit but not too much.
Beautifully-acted comedy-drama that doesn't overdose on its quirks.
Hurt and Davis at their peaks in a touching, well-crafted drama
Stiff and boring, with only Davis giving it a burst of life.
Literate and engaging, loaded with great actors, and (surprisingly) also rather funny.
William Hurt sure made some really great movies back in the 80s and 90s. I cant say that I have watched anything lately that he has starred in. This movie was very good. I had a hard time getting past Geena Davis and her horrible 80s fashion, but I guess that I cant blame the movie itself...just the era. This movie had a very nice ending, which is always a plus for me.
The Accidental Tourist starring Geena Davis, William Hurt and Kathleen Turner is a very good film based on the best selling novel.
William Hurt and Kathleen Turner play a couple who's child passes away which places a lot of strain on the marriage. The couple divorces and in comes an off the wall lady into his ife (Geena Davis). She re introduces a new passon in his life...Geena Davis won the Oscar for the Best Supporting Actress and rightfully so.
The thing I really love about Kasdan's scripts is that he tells us what happened without TELLING us what happened. A little slow past the first half but still neatly wrapped with great underscored humor. I love Welsh Corgis!
Average gentle, wryly amusing study of love triumphing over indifference.
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