The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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With corny dialogue, revisionist history, anachronistic music, and a generically attractive cast, American Outlaws is a sanitized, teenybopper version of Jesse James.
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For the most part it's First Knight Way Out West all the way.
A big yawn that only reminds us why movie westerns are six feet under and not likely to make a comeback.
The bizarre result of another in a long line of westerns tailored for rising actors, who no one really takes seriously in such projects.
The movie's presumption of ignorance on the audience's part is monumental.
The blandification of the puppy-stud Western reaches its nadir.
Picture 1860s Missouri as Ft. Lauderdale during Spring Break and you've got the idea.
Let's cast a lot of cute boys as the James/Younger gang. In between hold-ups, they can bicker about who's the cutest and, oh yeah, they can take their shirts off a lot.
Silly western revisits Jesse James.
Never mind that it's already been done before and better; it's never been done this pretty.
Setting new standards in historical inaccuracy.
At its best, American Outlaws is absurd; at its worst, it's tedious and laughable.
A run of the mill western adventure that was fun but a bit too corny.
Pretty good action keeps this one afloat. It's like a young Guns for the new generation but just not as good.
A hip, smart, funny and action-packed adventure. A full-on fun movie ride
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