The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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[Tass] accents the easy bathos of David Parker's script.
This well-meaning film is really just another one-hanky slum fairy tale -- this time with an Aussie accent.
Nowhere near as good as Tass and Parker's best film, the delightful Malcolm.
Ultimately undone by a less-than-credible, often cloying screenplay marked by underdeveloped characters and contrived situations.
A crowd-charming contemporary fable with more than a touch of Dickens in its go-for-broke heart.
Provides satisfactions that must be balanced against its flaws.
All over the map, not able to make up its mind whether it wants to be slapstick or a heart-wrenching drama.
An earnest attempt to fob off a sentimental and rather silly melodrama as a gritty piece of urban realism.
Effectively combines the genres of musical, drama and comedy in a delightfully, family-friendly film.
A moving and wise story.
Nothing to sing about.
It's far too easy to hold a grudge against Nadia Tass's stultifying Amy, which would set a new bar for mawkish exploitation of a child's suffering if its every situation and character weren't so laughably bogus.
BEST MOVIE I've seen in a looong time. It definitely evoked a lot of emotion and some tears. Incredible acting by young De Roma and very interesting storyline.
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