The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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One doesn't need perfect vision to quickly surmise that this sudsy affair among Manhattan swells is a glorified Hallmark Channel melodrama.
Baldwin and Moore generate genuine heat and chemistry together, even in some ridiculous moments.
A watchable, albeit unsatisfying, vehicle for two stars who've now made a pair of movies together in which their skills constitute the main attraction, yet who aren't particularly well-served by either film.
Moore's and Baldwin's forceful personalities power their performances, and these evenly matched partners have now invigorated both a convoluted thriller (The Juror) and a predictable romance (Blind).
A hackneyed romantic drama in dire need of anything that resembles actual human behavior.
The film, directed by Michael Mailer, wanted to be a steamy romance, but it ended up leaden and occasionally laughable.
Baldwin and Moore have an appealingly mature chemistry that allows us to forgive the predictability of the story that brings them together.
Cheesy and terribly clichéd, Blind is a hard movie to digest, let alone recommend.
Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore tumble into a tepid romance in this subdued, scattered drama.
A noteworthy cast is squandered in this woefully absurd redemption story.
Moore, so often miscast in her youth, has been waiting a long time for a role like the one she has here.
Sometimes screenwriters don't leave well enough alone.
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