The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Cheech is ultimately done in by the derivative nature of its backward structure, too many people-screaming-in-rooms scenes and the almost entirely disengaging nature of its characters.
Directing such a cavalcade, Patrice Sauvé seems less an assured auteur than an overtaxed traffic cop, waving this one ahead and holding that one back and ultimately, when the final pile-up looms, just tooting his whistle in shrill frustration.
Not to everyone's tastes, this Quebec film is nasty, brutal and pulpish. But it has wry humour, too, and works by sucking you into its low-rent world.
With its garish and seamy scenes, its flabby shots and not-snappy-enough dialogue, Cheech is often like a nasty old pair of leopard-print underwear, its elastic frayed and loose.
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