The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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All Critics (7)
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| Rotten (7)
A well-intentioned disaster, only slightly redeemed by a committed performance by Sean Bean, whose talent proves nowhere near enough to make this manipulative tripe more digestible.
A cliché-ridden, heavy-handed redemptive drama written and directed by Rustam Branaman.
An earnest, utterly predictable indie that wastes a couple of decent performances in service of a hackneyed and weak script ...
Everything in Any Day is portentous and presented as if it is loaded with meaning; none of it is, because everything is either so obvious or so arbitrary that nothing actually means anything.
Any Day falls into the painfully crowded trough between not-bad and seriously not-good movies.
Branaman's script piles on low-level drama, bad decisions, and enough misdirection to make the film's baffling ending feel not just unearned, but entirely unbelievable.
Either one of the most poorly edited features I've seen this year, or director Rustam Branaman is trying to pull off a colossal cinematic prank.
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