The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It has a basic problem, which is that there is no popular original material for it to satirize.
All of this is handled ingeniously enough to let the movie feel colorful and whole, though it could so easily have been nothing but farfetched.
Caveman will not be for all tastes, and even with the cleverness to be found herein, this isn't exactly what one could call a thinking person's farce.
Ringo Starr's screen career has always been something of a magical mystery tour, and following the offbeat likes of The Magic Christian, Son of Dracula and Lisztomania, the former Beatle continued his solo screen career by headlining this likable comedy.
Even your typical neanderthal will find this spoof beneath him.
[An] occasionally funny film.
the worst former-beatle-tryin'-to-rape-a-woman movie ever
The special effects are clever enough and mildly amusing, but the dumb humour on display here wears a little thin.
A long way from the Lester Beatle films
Dismiss Caveman as low-minded stupidity if you like, but I may be giggling too loudly to hear your complaints.
I'm sure many a critic remarked at the time that the ex-Beatle's best acting performance to date didn't require him to speak
Caveman, looks silly and sometimes presents a poor script. But this Carl Gottlieb's comedy is really funny together with his special effects and unforgettable scenes.
This spoof of One Million Years B.C. with ex-Beatle Ringo Starr as the prehistoric hero is ridiculous and quite brainless fun because of the amount of sexual innuendo, it is definitely not recommended for kids. The delightfully ridiculous stop-motion animation dinosaurs led by David Allen are hilarious!
One of my guilty pleasures.
A guilty pleasure from my childhood -- but not guilty enough to rate higher than this...
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