The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Formulaic comfort food for the teen crowd.
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Forgettable fluff but it left me in an unaccountably bad mood, mainly because it's a step back for Mandy Moore.
Moore's lip-glossed petulance never catches fire with Goode's canned drollery.
It's one TV-movie romp that Kristy McNichol never got around to starring in.
Chasing Liberty will probably win over as many fuddy-duddy fathers as fillies with its mixture of sweetness tempered with genial cynicism.
An endless, virtually laugh-free pastiche of Aaron Sorkin by way of Aaron Spelling.
Chasing Liberty is strictly vanilla-flavoured, status quo entertainment.
Middle school girls only need apply.
Bastou um pouco de ambição para que este simpático representante do gênero 'água-com-açúcar' deixasse o similar (e ruim) A Filha do Presidente a anos-luz de distância.
Chasing Liberty just isn't worth the effort.
Mandy Moore is a cute girl, but she's not quite reaching the level she needs to as an actor.
What sad times we live in when a contemporary knockoff of Roman Holiday stars, in the place of the immortal Audrey Hepburn... Mandy Moore.
The attempts at humor make a viewer long for the comedy and romance of Freddy vs. Jason.
Just a really sweet romantic comedy about how you can fall in love with anybody. I also just loved Weiss & Morales, and was so happy when they finally kissed. What can I say I love romance! :) Also Anna & Ben were just perfect :) I love it :) Such an amazing movie (:
The best 'president daughter' type of film that I've seen. This puts 'First Daughter' to shame. Mandy Moore and Matthew Goode make an adorable couple and I really enjoyed the whole story line despite knowing what the end would be like.
Anna Foster has no personality. All I can infer from the past hour and fifty minutes is that she whines, fishes for compliments, and all-around fails at actually taking care of herself. Still, Matthew Goode is rather luscious candy for the eyes and ears. He even gets one of those wildly romantic declarations of love with Britishisms like "adored" and "un-bloody-hinged."
"Every family has a rebel. Even the First Family."
Anna Foster has never had an ordinary life. At eighteen years old, she is the most protected girl in America; she is the First Daughter...
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