The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Though the film stays true to the nature of the original cartoon, the script is disappointing and not funny.
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While the movie continually teeters on the brink of abject corniness, it never quite topples off. And it doesn't hurt to have Robert De Niro, Rene Russo and Jason Alexander camping it up as cartoon villains come to life.
The nostalgic glow wears off pretty quickly ... and the movie has nothing to fall back on except bad puns and a brace of awkward cameo turns.
It's sledgehammer whimsy, and it's not talking to me.
Rocky and Bullwinkle is stuffed with smart Internet gags, silly movie references and a happy energy.
Captures the tone and spirit of the original.
The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle is completely in the spirit of its progenitor.
Kids will enjoy it, even if the jokes escape them.
All things considered, I got more fun out of the much maligned earlier attempt of bringing characters from the show to film, Boris and Natasha.
Expected punny dialogue and sight gags ensue, but also packed in are pointed, self-deprecating barbs about Hollywood, moviemaking, and the conventions of cartoons themselves.
These complaints are mere trifles compared to the fun I had at seeing my favorite moose and squirrel again.
If you liked the 1960s cartoon series upon which this film is based, you'll like this film.
There's just not enough depth of thought to sustain it onscreen for 90 minutes.
Pessimo roteiro e direÃ§Ã£o.
one of the earliest movies i saw and i still think its pretty good not as good as the first time i saw but its still good
I thought it was laugh-out-loud enjoyable for it's stupidity! I thought it was well made as what it was made for! It did something new, and I admire that!
A train wreck that is almost fun to watch because it is so incredibly bad. The entire cast and crew must have lost their minds to hallucinogens during the filming. I have no idea why anyone would try to adapt such a campy and cartoony show. It would be like trying to do a live action version of Gumby.
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