The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The main problem with this movie is that it wavers between touchy-feely sweetness and dark-hearted nastiness. Its indecisiveness of tone ends up undermining and unraveling the production.
This twisted romance possesses the soul and edgy atmosphere of an independent film but not quite the conviction.
Stalking does not sound like a viable basis for a romantic comedy, but director Griffin Dunne and screenwriter Robert Gordon have somehow made it work.
Misfire "romantic comedy" of stalking.
Reveals that in genuine affairs of the heart, nothing is ever predictable.
The movie is filled with really innovative shots and use of light, both in the actual making of the movie and within the plot.
It looks like a typical box of Hollywood candy, but "Addicted To Love" is full of baker's chocolate.
Appealing actors alone do not a romantic comedy make.
Very slight even for a rom com, but I kind of like it. The revenge on the French chef is pretty harsh ( ugh to the cockroach scene).
I don't know if I can especially believe any of these four people as a couple, though. Matthew Broderick is kind of meh as a romantic lead, Meg Ryan is psychotic and a bit weird here (and not in a cute, quirky way either, although I think she's meant to be), the Frenchman is hammy and Kelly Preston does the vapid airhead role and can't really care about her.
I think this only works because it's an older movie now and you don't see a lot of this cast now in movies, so it's kind of a fun flashback. I can imagine it would have been panned on release.
It is funny. A little dark (spying on your ex), but funny.
Two jilted lovers team up to get revenge on their ex's --- what do you think happens next? The execution of the plotline plays much better than the description, trust me, in this cute little black comedy/romance. Give it a chance, you'll be glad you did.
A Comedy About Lost Loves And Last Laughs
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