The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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There are lots of laughs in the script by Valerie Curtin and Barry Levinson, as well as wry insights into modern relationships.
A very engaging film.
Though engaging and agreeable, the film is never wildly funny.
Even when Best Friends isn't working uproariously as a comedy, there's an element of original, offbeat humor that keeps it promising.
There's little doubt that Best Friends fares best in its compulsively watchable opening stretch...
Thin story collapses under the leaden star chemistry; capable supporting players can't save this dud.
Considering the source material (real life of writers Barry Levinson and Valerie Curtin, and the caliber of stars, Hawn and Reynolds, this comedy is disappointingly shallow and predictable.
Honest, touching and funny. An underrated gem that deserves to be rediscovered.
Best Friends is such a forgettable film I had no recollection of it ever being made.
The script plods through autobiographical self-indulgence with some warmth but too few laughs.
An okay realistic family drama movie about marriage. If you ask me, it's too realistic, so much so that it's boring. Overall it's okay, though.
It wasn't a comedy, and it wasn't quite a drama. It was more like one large depression spiral of how two people can ultimately make each other unhappy no matter what they do. The music, which was Oscar nominated, was so sappy and 80's tinted that it drove me bananas, and Burt Reynolds was not his usual self confident self, but some tame invalid. Overall, it was very disappointing.
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