The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A tongue-in-cheek sci-fi action pic which owes a considerable debt to the Mad Max movies.
A walk on the mild side.
Likeable, but do you want to own it?
Its movies like Cherry 2000 that make up some of the most memorable viewing experiences that we tend to remember most.
Offers a colorful supporting cast and a fluid pace.
Attempts at quirky humor fall flat and the film settles into a fairly conventional action yarn.
The movie has a few weird, cool set designs using grungy, pastel colors.
Director Steve de Jarnatt does an incredible job building a weird, futuristic world ... from the sets to the bizarre costume designs.
Crazy kind of futuristic thriller with Griffith's as a femme-fatale robotic killer on the loose.
Aimless futuristic action-babble.
What's an urban pretty boy to do in the post-apocalypse once he's broken his favorite bit of indispensable technology and nobody makes replacement parts anymore? That's the opening gambit in this sci-fi romp that's more comedy/romance than sci-fi, a tip of the hat to the old pulp days of the genre. Melanie Griffiths is the star and she's actually good in this = surprise.
This is a strange sci-fi movie with a stupid story and so-so actors. I didn't care for it at all.
If you ever meet someone who thinks that it is impossible to suck and blow at the same time, just tell them to watch this movie.
A classic 80's sci-fi adventure comedy. It's a really special movie. Gosh, it's fun.
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