The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Is to movie-going what corn flakes are to eating. Just to anticipate it is to know everything about it.
The character is again a lackluster after-thought...
Too much time is wasted with stale Star Wars plagiarisms, including the screen's dullest robot.
The only redeeming facet in the whole sappy adventure, is Erin Gray's schoolboy fantasy Wilma Deering... But even here the script is too coy and childish to allow sex appeal to reach the stars.
On the little screen, the eye is not discerning enough to see the obvious miniatures and shoddy special effects. It's all magnified by the big screen, as are the comic-strip lines put into the mouths of the wooden actors.
It's a predictable movie mixing new-style hardware with old fashioned heroics, a routine space Western.
A pretty good time travel story, but it can be a bit annoying in scenes. Overall, I liked it it's cute.
As camp as the future can get but the tv show held me spellbound for years. mThe movie was just as good.
I was wowed by the theatrical experience of "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century" - almost as powerful as Star Wars for us kids!
Having those sexy chicks laying around on the Buck Rogers letters during the title sequence was as sleek and attractive as a James Bond intro - gosh I loved it.
It had everything Star Wars had, even though Buck was a bit of a clown, and things were set around Earth instead of some other Galaxy, making it less interesting.
I thought Twiki and Dr. Theo were the cutest little robots since R2-D2 and C-3P0. I loved the disco dance party on Princess Ardala's ship - too cool! The visit to the destroyed Chicago and mutant attack was neat stuff too.
The end battle was cheapo compared to the Death Star battle; we were a bit let down by that.
I was overjoyed when I heard they were going to be making a TV series out of it. It's all a bit boring these days, but I'll never forget my first wowed impressions.
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