The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This romantic-comedy roundelay gets better as it gradually moves away from comedy toward more sentimental material.
Adapting his TV series of the same name for this big-screen spinoff, Chen has an appealing visual style and deploys a sharp ensemble.
"Beijing" lurches and leaps past its better moments.
The movie wavers in tone, occasionally lurching into supernatural fantasy, and withholds information in a manner that's more annoying than tantalizing.
This nuance-free affair registers as little more than noise.
Sugary compendium of love stories set mostly in Beijing has little new to offer.
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