The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The principal human actors are excellent in their simple roles.
It takes all the kindness Kathie can muster to rehabilitate the canine veteran.
America's favourite collie plays the beloved canine whose adventures range from his wilderness puppyhood to wartime service to postwar stress to a moving family reunion is wonderful heroism and heartfelt story as I'm a collie dog lover that I ever had in my life.
Elizabeth Taylor appeared in this second Lassie movie since 1943's Lassie Come Home who plays as Bill's (Lassie) master. And I took tears at the end what I see Taylor and Lassie finally reunited altogether happily. That scene reminded me of 1943 Lassie film - what a fantastic memories.
I see Taylor's greatest fame came later, as a young woman, most people forget what a skillful child actress she was. Less burdened than at any later time by her beauty and fame, she is at her least self-conscious in these early performances. Untouched, she reveals in these animal stories her natural flair for tears and hugs - the paraphernalia of an emotional female.
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