The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Tony Scott tries to combine action, science fiction, romance, and explosions into one movie, but the time travel conceit might be too preposterous and the action falls apart under scrutiny.
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Take away a couple of neatly staged action sequences and you're left with a callously measured slab of US jingoism that deals with the most horrific human tragedies in the most lunk-headed and insulting way possible.
I felt cheated.
Rarely have [producer] Bruckheimer and [director] Scott been so upfront about insulting people's intelligence.
Nobody looks cooler walking in slow motion through a crime scene while wearing sunglasses than Denzel Washington -- but even the great Denzel can't save Déjà Vu.
The fleetingly satisfying Déjà Vu is ultimately a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Pretty dazzling, as action adventures go, even when it's wildly, almost defiantly, implausible.
If you can suspend your [disbelief], Deja Vu is fairly enjoyable, but the crass Hollywood ending is appalling.
Déjà Vu is a gimmick picture, pure and simple. It tries hard to graft an emotional story of lost chances onto the gimmick, but ultimately the gimmick wins out.
An intriguing proposal squandered on a well-oiled hack mechanism
The time machine element of the movie gets hokey, but the visuals are intriguing and director Tony Scott wrenches suspense and tension from every scene.
Towards the end it gets a little tiresome and hokey. But the ride of the first two-thirds is well worth the journey.
Preposterous premise but if you don't think about it too much this is a decent actioner.
Innovative action with a plotline that doesn't know how to explain itself. Denzel's great as usual.
The Tony Scott/Denzel Washington team serve up a fast breaking time travel/love story about federal agents trying to stop a terrorist bombing in post Katrina New Orleans. Strains credulity, but hey, its a decent movie.
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