The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Balsmeyer may remind you of the guy at the party who, after one too many shots, puts a lampshade on his head. It's funny for maybe a moment -- until you realize, to your horror, that he doesn't know when to stop.
The easygoing humor and uplifting messages -- that it's never too late to turn your life around -- are welcome, especially in the September movie doldrums.
As for the charm factor, I can't think of any screen couple this year with more of such an elusive quality than Ms. Otto and Mr. Ifans.
Such sentiments are fine, of course, but they're not the ingredients of groundbreaking filmmaking. We've been over this territory ad nauseum.
An entertaining flight of fancy.
A delightful, well-acted illustration of an unhappy person's breakout from his mundane existence.
Pleasant little diversion with some sweet moments.
A pretty straightforward and competent little film.
The charm of it all wins us over, and while we watch the tired old twists and turns, we smile anyway.
[Jeff Balsmeyer's] playing it safe causes this beautiful opportunity of a film to crash just when it seems destined for the stratosphere.
In a sane world, this utterly charming, sweet little fantasy of a movie would boost Rhys Ifans to stardom.
One randomly recruited audience member directly behind me -- let's call him the Shouter -- exclaimed, 'That's tight!'
I don't know why, but I always feel like I have to watch Rhys Ifans movies. I admit I was hoping the movie was going to be more about him in the air most of the time, but it wasn't too bad a film. A bit cheesy and whatnot, but it's a feel good movie.
Very orginal & interesting film - funny too!
Pretty good Aussie yarn of Danny dropping into a small town and turning everything upside down.
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