The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The sort of flick that the lovable old MST3K boys would have dismissed as "way too easy."
The DVD cover may lead you to believe that it is a cheap straight-to-video Lord of the Rings rip-off, but it is in fact a Beauty and the Beast rip-off . . .
Fractured fairy tale featuring a beast, a troll, and a witch. Estella Warren is eyecatching and one of the better models-turned-actresses, and the dramatic arc she shares with the Beast has its moments. Jane March is campy in a good way as the wicked witch, and old man Otto the sheriff is terrible in a mockable way. His first scene he looks like he's having either a heart attack or severe indigestion, has to be removed to his home, and then later has no after-effects. What was up with that then, some form of demented method acting?? Or was he really having a heart attack and they couldn't afford a reshoot?
They throw in numerous bloody decapitations as a means of compensating for the several slow stretches. The CGI effects range from acceptable (the troll) to unintentionally funny (the Beast dodging the witch's lightning bolts.) As far as low-budget fantasy goes, at least they got what they paid for.
JESUS CHRIST! I have seen Movies which were directed by David Lister, and they were NOT Bad, but I have never seen something worst like this.
It should be a Violent Version of "Beauty and the Beast" though it looked so fake, I mean I thought I was watching some sort of "Home Made Movie"
I dont know why they added Justin Whalin on the Actors list in the Movie, but he is NOT in the Movie.
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