The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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| DVD (2)
Set in Dublin in 1967, this extremely old-fashioned melodrama, about the struggle of a young widow to support her large family, is a throwback to the woman's picture of yesteryear and barely a notch above TV-Movie-of-the Week.
What can one say about a film whose idea of comedy is having the two women sit around discussing whether or not they've had an 'organism' or not?
Great characterizations with Anjelica Huston giving bravura performance.
Angelica Huston proves that her career lies in acting, not directing.
A terrific movie that affirms the natural highs of true and lasting friendship.
A rare movie that inspires no reaction whatsoever.
Often tries too hard to be funny.
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