The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Nevsky is also the pic's director and came up with the plot, evidently hoping to follow in the footsteps of Stallone, Schwarzenegger, et al. Judging from this effort, he hasn't got a chance.
From start to finish, "Black Rose" is about as pro forma as a motion picture gets.
Black Rose is a bad film - amazingly, astoundingly, supercalifragilisticexpialidociously bad.
Tries to capture buddy feel of 80s films, but lacks any of the charm or thrills. Maybe you won't turn it off if you stumble across it, but there's no reason to hunt it down.
Someone, somewhere thought it was a good idea to bring the feature west, but there are few clues in the movie as to why this decision was made.
The definition of made-for-VOD: blandly competent, undemanding and instantly forgettable.
Ill-considered, badly-acted and deadly-dull vanity thriller from a body builder with the cheek to name himself Alexander Nevsky
Both conventional thriller and subversive political noir. Symbolically channeling false flags, deep state intelligence subterfuge, and the new Cold War. But somehow conceiving peace and cooperation between the US and Russia - even if it's just a movie.
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