The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (34)
| Top Critics (8)
| Fresh (15)
| Rotten (19)
| DVD (1)
Well-acted but pedestrian TV-like melodrama what what consitutes a family, or sociology versus biology in the kinship debate.
Grosbard...forgets the need for character motivation, point of view, or anything else that might make this compelling subject an interesting film.
a flawed but often effective family drama that turns on the deepest fear of every parent or guardian: that one dumb move, a single moment of neglect that can turn the rest of your life inside out.
Sometimes in tragedies healing can only take place when love means letting go.
Kudos to Michelle Pfeiffer and Treat Williams.
Michelle Pfeiffer turns in an impassioned performance of often gut-wrenching intensity in a film that deserves far less.
A respectable family drama, but is all the more disappointing since it is obvious that it could have been so much more.
If Pfeiffer doesn't fill your tear ducts at some point in the film, see your doctor and have them checked.
This is truly a sad film, but it has its problems. Michelle Pfeiffer played an incredible performance however.
Moving story about a family who's son disappears but thye find him years later. Brilliant performance by Michelle.
TV movie fare. Not bad, but nothing more than average.
Michelle did a great job in this.
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