The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (20)
| Top Critics (3)
| Fresh (11)
| Rotten (9)
| DVD (3)
Less than successful, veering from poignant emotionalism to broad slapstick in sudden shifts.
Means middle-class angst covered with a thin veneer of snappy one-liners and presented in the most anonymous directorial style imaginable.
Quick and varied comedy, highly suited to Neil Simon's machine-gun gag-writing.
The desperation of the director, Herbert Ross, is embarrassingly obvious in the Crazy Gang antics of this foursome.
The West Coast version of Plaza Suite.
An all-star bitch fest, slickly served.
For one of the acts in Neil Simon's stale anthology, Maggie Smith won a Supporting Oscar for playing a hard-drinking actress who complains to her bisexual husband (Michael Caine) that "Acting doesn't win Oscars. What I need is a dying father."
Dire: good actors playing the worst versions of one-dimensional Neil Simon joke machines.
sharp script and acting
Offensive, stupid, and embarrassing.
California Suite offers audiences a fine blend of laughter and variety which is the spice of good comic cinema.
Middle-level Simon, bright lines, brightly delivered, but too theatrical.
Neil Simon don't do a very good work, like another films written by he. The first hour, California Suite is nothing poignant. After, the movie get better, but the audience in that point don't want continue to watch.
Good movie, GREAT cast
Another all-star fiasco. This movie is supposed to be funny and dramatic, but it's in fact very boring and has very little humor. There are a couple of really funny scenes, but most of the time it isn't funny at all. The only real reason to watch this is to see all the famous actors.
The best latter duo (Richard Pryor and Bill Cosby) getting the worst break, however, as their seg is chopped up, spread around and generally given short shrift in this film.
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