The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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On the screen, it seems to be like a walking corpse itself: jerking around malevolently, with putrefying limbs, a fixed, grisly smile on its face and absolutely no spontaneity.
Williams and Piscopo seem to be on autopilot when delivering their lines, not relating to one another, not picking up each other`s timing.
[A] sci-fi, low-tech comedy horror show.
...succeeds solely as a showcase for some admittedly jaw-dropping special effects.
That it is awkwardly conceived, the premise is absurd and it's just not funny, are its major flaws.
A disastrous attempt at blending comedy and horror.
A real stinker in 1988, and it hasn't improved with age.
Despite the overwhelming demand for Treat Williams/Joe Piscopo team-ups, this effort remains surprisingly hard to find.
The entire time I watched the movie. I was thinking to myself. Why didn't I see this sooner? It is over-the-top, gory, funny, and has some really awesome special effects. This movie has everything you could possibly want. If you enjoy these types of movies. Which I do! So, I enjoyed this film immensely.
This movie is utterly ridiculous, mindless ,and forgettable. Having said that, it was kinda fun, and the special effects are done nicely, so it wasn't too horrible to watch. In fact it's a black comedy mixed with a buddy cop comedy, so it does make you laugh a bit, but with a combination like that you have to be careful. This movie is not careful enough with that balance, and it comes off as neither over the top cheesy goodness, nor a masterpiece, just something in between. The story starts to get muddled, the machine is over used, the actors are annoying. It's an okay movie, overall, but not good.
Hahaha now this was a fun flick, Treat Williams, who looks Strangely like Bill Pullman, is pretty cool here. Piscopo looks solid n buffed and apart from the non funny lines its a great blast. Wicked 80's style everything, effects, clothes, cars etc...Steve Johnson did the effects, thats how I found out about this, in a monster effects book, saw the three faced zombie and thought, yep, I gotta see that.
Way bettter than it had any right to be...but the concept alone makes it worth seeing
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