The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Scrooge story with a big dose of slapstick antics.
Sufferin' succotash, Bah, Humduck!: A Looney Tunes Christmas is a halfhearted and uninspired telling of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. In this adaptation Daffy Duck plays a cold-hearted and abusive department store owner who's visited by the Ghosts of Christmas in an attempt to redeem him. The Looney Tunes characters are horribly miscast in their roles, and it all seems extremely contrived. The comedy is also poorly written, consisting mostly of cheap jokes and mindless slapstick. Bah, Humduck!: A Looney Tunes Christmas is an incredibly lazy and insincere holiday film that does a disservice to Dickens' work.
the story is not the classic that the original story that Charles dickens had in mind but with daffy as Scrooge where can you go wrong, hes by far my favorite looney tune character
If it has to be a ghost story, let it be Looney Tunes.
I can not imagine a better embodiment of Scrooge than Duffy (or, should I say, Daffy).
I would have liked to see more on Bugs and I was a bit surprised to find him playing the role of caring person; fortunately, he is a genius and manages to get over the inconvenience, so that we can enjoy his perfectly benign comico-sadistic charm, as we used.
this is a decent holiday movie. the looney tunes give their version of a christmas carol with a few zaney alterations to the story. much weaker than other cartoon remakes of this story like mickeys christmas carol and muppets christmas carol but definitely worth spending 45 minutes each year to watch with the family.
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