The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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First sequel to the fun and entertaining Bloodsport is a poorly constructed film that simply doesn't deliver despite the fact that it has some interesting fight scenes. The reason the film doesn't work, and ends up being a bad one is that it doesn't do anything to really entertain and it has a dull, boring plot, which is a turnoff if you're looking for a fun film with engaging plot. Bloodsport 2 doesn't offer that, and it fails to really shine as a good sequel. I strongly believe that the original should have been a standalone film and it didn't need a sequel. Don't look for anything new here, it's been done before. There's really nothing going for it, and it doesn't shine or have anything good going for it at all, and I think it's a shame because the first one was lots of fun, entertaining and had an interesting plot to boot. Look elsewhere for something good and this film fails at delivering just that. This is a poor film that has a bad cast, poor directing and a poor plot. The film tries far too hard at being better than the original, thus it fails at being good all together. Avoid this film if you enjoyed the first flick, and if you already have seen it, you know what I'm talking about. This is yet another example of a sequel gone wrong and it has no redeeming factors whatsoever, and it is not entertaining. Avoid this one; you'll be glad you did. Bloosdsport was good, not perfect, but this sequel and other sequels are awful and never should have been made.
Less a sequel than a remake of the Jean-Claude Van Damme movie, with only the slightest glimmer of a plot to space out the fight scenes between contestants at an international free-form martial arts competition. YAWN!
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