The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Waste of a good cast. For a movie about bike racing, it never gets up to speed.
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Guy flicks can be just as galling as the chick variety.
After Dancing in September, his droll examination of race and representation in Hollywood, Bythewood now hawks contrived escapism in lieu of provoking thought.
Not without moments of excitement, romance and rubber-burning redemption.
When the filmmakers aren't busy accommodating cameo models and comedians, they seem to be dozing off at the handlebars.
Biker Boyz is just a silly film.
The training-wheels version of The Fast And The Furious.
The dialogue is almost as loud as the exhausts; and the bits of detail aren't enough in a movie that teens may find delivers an unpalatable message -- daddy knows best.
Think MTV does biker movie with great cast.
At times entertaining, but never boring. It sure could have been a lot worse.
... Director Reggie Rock Bythewood assures us of two things beyond all doubt: motorcycles are really loud and really fast.
A surprisingly ambivalent entry in genre that's usually brain-dead.
Good movie. This movie only have a little sad parts. The music is good.
Feeble rip-off of The Fast And The Furious with motorbikes. It's true that TFATF was also dim-witted, contrived and loaded with cliches, but at least it did it with visual flair. This is just a waste of time.
Not your average biker flick...Lawrence Fishburne once again delivers a believeable performance dispite the odds set up against him. Truly one of his most memorable performance since "Boyz 'N the Hood".
not worth getting revved up over.
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