The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Such an utterly routine, formulaic and forgettable example of its genre that watching it becomes an exercise in endurance.
There's a lot of double- and triple-crossing, culminating in a fadeout that seems to go one plot twist over the line of narrative coherency.
... the fight choreography and action sequences are deftly executed but the brutally 'by-the-numbers' scripting, coupled with a considerable lack of character depth or humour, just annihilates any joy that could be derived from the film.
It's essentially a parade of the greatest hits of the Espionage Thriller genre, all done on a B-Movie budget.
High in the bullets per minute ratings but low on the plot and acting scale, there are better things in store for this cast and crew.
The filmmaking isn't even up to the quality of a cops and robbers TV series.
The action set pieces are capably handled, except that the film buries any moral complexity beneath its bloody barrage of bullets.
It goes down easy as a slick low budget espionage film, but won't leave you much to chew on once the mission is complete.
Hope tries to play in the frightfully formulaic VOD world with the same old betrayal business, but if you've seen one of these things, you've seen them all.
It is refreshing to see a British-set thriller, albeit a little old-hat by today's standards that can provide the sort of visual stimulant that the examples stateside have done for decades.
Routine in the extreme
All The Devil's Men is a brawny Michael Mann-style thriller from writer-director Matthew Hope.
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