The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Sitcom humor substitutes for wit, and tedious angst supplies the drama.
It is not a surprise to learn that Bucatinsky is developing a sitcom based on this film, because it plays like an overly long pilot.
It may not be totally fresh and original, but All Over the Guy is nearly void of gay stereotypes.
Sweet but often tedious.
Probably plays better on the stage. On film, the dialogue sometimes seems too writerly, too cute.
A nicely turned and witty screenplay from Bucatinsky.
This isn't another one of those annoying gay rights movies -- it just wants to have fun.
Better than "The Opposite of Sex", all-round good fun!
A funny and warm little film that really deserved more attention than it got.
I guess it's a middle of the road romantic comedy... featuring gay men!
All Over the Guy, while by no means a groundbreaking piece of cinema, is a breezy and fun romantic comedy.
There are no recriminations, and no one is struggling with the issue of "coming out." In fact, being gay is treated as nothing out of the ordinary.
I really liked this movie. Its characters are quirky but believably so, which is rare. Really funny.
This is one of my absolute favorite movies!
Love the track "Please Forgive Me" by David Gray.
This film really was not trying to make a statement about homosexuality. It was more about disfunctional upbringings adversely impacting the way we relate to others. I think this is one of the reasons I enjoyed it. In not beating you over the head with "accept me because I am gay" messages and simply seeing the main characters (Eli and Tom) as people trying to work through their own baggage and make life work for themselves it may make it more accessible to some. Why else did I enjoy the movie? It was funny. It had some really funny moments in it. PS, if you are looking for a movie starring Lisa Kudrow and Christina Ricci look elsewhere...their cameo's are brief (and though I love them both Kudrow's performance was great). The acting ranges from good to...well...not so good, but for a decent semi-romantic comedy you have found your evening ticket. Enjoy.
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