The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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| Top Critics (11)
| Fresh (13)
| Rotten (15)
| DVD (1)
Makes music almost an afterthought, and as such it never truly sings.
Irresistible to all those with the slightest speck of Irish blood running in their veins. Or even those non-Irish viewers with a weakness for Irish plays, Irish music, Irish dancing, lilting Irish accents or pints of Guinness.
Don't ever think that Hollywood has the market cornered on formula flicks. Those folks from across the pond, in Britain and its environs, can do predictable with the best of them.
Really just a long fiddle session in a very familiar pub.
Give this movie the back of your hand.
Everyone is likable in John Irvin's appealing if obvious little fable about two estranged brothers and their ceili, or traditional Irish, bands.
How high is your tolerance for charming ****e?
Never catches its rhythm.
Holds little of interest, with a generic story line and a cast that's mostly just going through the motions.
Seems like used goods...the utter predictability of not only the main plot but every subplot attached to it overwhelms any good will you might bring to it.
This tale of longstanding sibling rivalry set against a Ceili music competition doesn't score any points for originality, but it's a likeable enough 90-minute outing, especially for Eirephiles.
Pushes the least interesting relationships to the front and shoves the most interesting ones too the back.
A gem of a movie! This was a sweet movie with all the wonderful Irish elements a person could want: family mis-communication, drinking, fiddles, fun music, and a sweet love story. Very well done, with some very good, recognizable actors...
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