The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (22)
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Tamra Davis, a musicvideo director with the well-received feature debut Guncrazy on her resume, might have really had something here had she settled on any one of the many paths the movie starts down.
Torn between celebration and sendup, CB4 misses its big target as often as it hits.
In parts it is hugely, monstrously funny.
CB4 promises sharper satire than it actually delivers.
As a series of ocasionally-amusing vignettes, CB4 is is fitfully entertaining. However, when everything is tied together into a cohesive whole, this movie is a colossal mess.
If your mood is loose and profane, if you speak hip-hop (or you just like hearing it) and if you think Rock is funny (he is), you'll be glad you checked this out.
A fast, wild and sometimes hilarious parody on the music Lee has used with such effective ferocity.
Partly scripted by Nelson George, the premier authority on hip hop, the film is not without moments of insight, and there are certainly enough gross-out gags to keep you watching.
CB4 just isn't too funny, and one gets the feeling that the filmmakers themselves lacked the resolve or coherence of vision to mock rap in any effective fashion.
An amusing look at the early days of the gangsta rappers.
One of the first movies to parody gangsta rap, it does so knowingly and affectionately.
A muddled but often funny rap satire.
Great comedy, an underestimated classic.
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