The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (9)
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In the end, there's nothing wrong with an overly positive outlook on relationships, and Harris has a nice hand with bits of dialogue that do ring true.
A weak brew of light romance and heavy-handed messages.
A confused muddle, with characters who often behave in ways that have no correlation to actual human behavior, and language that exists in order to prop up the agenda.
Middling rom-com tackles ambition and romance, heavy themes.
Black Coffee's courtship-over-eroticism ideals are appealing, but the film is too nice to bother us with things like conflict or drama.
A pleasant, if predictable, romantic romp determined to march inexorably to an implausible, happily ever after finale, whether you like it or not.
Screeching meets social-minded speechifying in the misguided Black Coffee, which is shot through with trite expressions of familiar scenarios.
Set in a weirdly sterile and unconvincing yuppie utopia, this would-be serious study of heterosexual commingling has an empty, synthetic quality from its very first scenes.
Projects personality and integrity, submitting a warm relationship drama with a few good laughs and a desire to inspire viewers, trying to make the world a better place. It's hard to argue with such a friendly objective.
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