The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (13)
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Custody battles don't really make for great comedy, but the team behind this seems not to notice nor care. It's the movie equivalent of fast food.
The film's first act is full of mixed messages that lead to an unsteady, fluctuating tone.
The details of life in London are, for the most part, utterly unconvincing - Sam refuses to learn English - and a climactic court case is spectacularly phony.
Even with Omar Sy doing the smiley, haphazard dad-on-L-plates thing to winning effect, a running time of almost two hours tests any lasting enjoyment to the extreme.
A comedy that glides to the melodrama in a somewhat truculent way, like the father-daughter relationship that the film shows. [Full review in Spanish]
A film that manages to entertain in spite of its failures, which is its main goal, but it feels like a lost opportunity to be able to improve a little original story and to create, a truly worthwhile film. [Full review in Spanish]
The film becomes predictable and although it keeps this question that a single father can perfectly raise his daughter, the French remake fails at having a man and not a woman, as if already wasn't too avant-garde. [Full review in Spanish]
A correct, well-acted, and very emotional film, which, despite having sad moments, leaves you with a palpable sense of hope and joy. [Full review in Spanish]
A film worth seeing because of the work of its protagonist as well as for comparing both versions. [Full review in Spanish]
Neither uses the most popular and primitive Gaul humor as its model, nor does its melodramatic part have that exacerbation present in 'Instructions Not Included'. [Full review in Spanish]
What begins as a comedy with gags and clichés of the genre becomes a deep reflection on paternity. [Full review in Spanish]
It's so programmed for massive success that the voices that point out its systematic appeal to the topic will barely damage it. [Full review in Spanish]
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