The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It satisfyingly ties up the various plot strands that were flapping in the breeze from the last installment.
The simplicity of plot, and the wide expansiveness of its use of space, are a refreshing change from the convoluted, visually cramped and cluttered second part.
This is a good deal more likable than part two because the product plugs have been held back, and Zemeckis is clearly having fun alluding to his favorite westerns; there's also a certain sweetness and charm in the Lloyd-Steenburgen romance.
Affectionate, innovative, and vaguely lunatic.
Except for Mr. Lloyd, the film is so sweet-natured and bland that it is almost instantly forgettable.
Ties up all the loose ends but runs out of energy and inspiration.
A good conclution for the famous trilogy, fun but not as good as the other two entries. [Full review in Spanish]
The weakest of the three, 1990's third entry is also the most conventional.
Wild West-themed final installment is fine for older tweens.
avoids many of the previous sequel's narrative and logical pitfalls and reengages more successfully with the simple, direct pleasures that made the 1985 original such a hit
Back to the Future Part III continues to move the spirit of the series forward in new and exciting directions, and it reaches a satisfying conclusion to the overarching story.
Every bit as confident and slick as its two predecessors; but it is hard to ignore a distinct feeling of deflation.
This time they go back to the wild west. Has plenty of action, and a nice change to the first two.
The third installment of Robert Zemeckis' fun-filled time-travel franchise tones down on its futuristic charm, and though different in many different ways, still is able to provide a fun ride for its audience. Back to the Future Part III presents Fox and Lloyd once again in their strongest form, possibly, in the entire series. 4/5
Entertaining and well put together but nothing special. Unlike the original entry, "Part III" doesn't warrant a repeat viewing. You watch it once, you're amused and there's no need to watch it again - or remember anything about it.
It's not a bad film, it's one of the better "Part III" in the grand scheme of things. It's an extraordinary showcase for Christopher Lloyd - and the Western plot works better than "Part II"'s future plot. It could have used a bit more originality. Instead it just takes the earlier films construct and adds Western clichÃ (C)s to it.
This final installment of the "Back to the Future" trilogy is a good wrap up it just not one that warrants a second watch.
The final installment of the BTTF trilogy is ultimately a disappointment, but an extremely enjoyable one.
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