The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Fantastic Voyage without the novelty that film provided with a trip inside the human body. Or the special effects, for that matter, even competing against 1966. They bit off way more than their programmers could chew here with simplistic, dull sets and CGI. Obviously a European production as all non-starring roles populated with thick accents - good idea to set it in Berlin. Lance Henriksen does what he can with the script, which does offer its characters some opportunities for development. They sure as hell aren't competing with a barrage of special effects all the time. Robin Givens still lookin' good in 2002, but honey, shitcan the blue eyeshadow! That warpaint is scarier on you than the invading white blood cells.
Innerspace + B movie + attempt to be serious = Antibody. This is a sci-fi in the tradition of the 60s sci-fis! If you are expecting quality - you will nor enjoy this move. If you enjoy campy, cheesy, fun... you may like this (if there is nothing else to watch! Good to see Robin Givens again, but I see why we see so little of her now!! Please do not try to take this movie serious in any way!!
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