The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (22)
| Top Critics (1)
| Fresh (20)
| Rotten (2)
| DVD (2)
Delightful '80s romcom has some profanity, sexual references.
Let me list the things Izzy does to Sam, and ask if you'd stick around.
...an affable, thoroughly charming little romance that benefits substantially from Amy Irving's compelling performance.
A wonderful, refreshingly simple romantic comedy set amongst a cozy Manhattan backdrop,
The film's light tone and Amy Irving's likable performance compensate up to a point for Joan Micklin Silver's technical deficiencies.
a real charmer
Speaks softly but delivers some provocative observations on sexual politics, family pressures, loneliness, single life, love, and romantic fantasies.
A well directed and sensitive portrayal of match-making in the 20th century
Charming, almost sweet love story in which two young Manhattan natives find love in unexpected places.
Sweet rom-com based on a play (which usually makes - as it does here - for a good script) about two Jewish New Yorkers being set up by the local match-maker. Starring Amy Irving, 12 years on from Carrie, and Peter Riegert in his appealing Local Hero era, this was the favourite film of an ex-boyfriend... awwww...
pulls you in and charms you
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