The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (18)
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Filmmaker Castle has infused The Boy Who Could Fly with an exceedingly (and often excessively) deliberate pace that prevents the viewer from connecting to the material throughout...
A charming fantasy with a lot of heart.
One of the best family films of the 80s. Lucy Deakins and Jay Underwood are delightful. A film you'll cherish forever.
One of the hallmark films of the 1980s, full of whimsical charm.
It's sweet, it's touching, it's occasionally pretty corny -- but I've got a soft spot for this one all the same.
A feel good movie about a teenager who cares deeply about another person and, in the process, experiences the renewal of her mind and spirit.
I really liked this movie when I was a kid, I thought it was cool, and it has Fred Savage from the Wonder Years. Now, it seems kind of silly and predictable, but it's okay.
Aww...I remember watching this in either 4th or 5th grade.
I like it. It's simple but it has a good story and some funny parts to help it along. And who doesn't want to fly?
I remember this movie from childhood. All I can think of is he's like retarded and flies out the window or something. I should probably see it again before you take this review seriously.
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