The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Aside from some expendable propaganda heroics, rousingly handled by Walsh.
Instinctive existentialism of a very high order, and a very entertaining adventure (1942).
A rousing Hollywood propaganda World War II adventure film.
Desperate Journey was viewed at the time of its release as a ludicrous, comic-strip war adventure. That view has only been strengthened over the years.
Walsh's desperately daft flagwaver often lets propagandizing get the better of its smooth running.
With the soundtrack blaring "God Save The King" throughout the endeavor, there can be no doubt as to the propagandist intentions of this World War 2 adventure. The ever-so-glib crew, stranded in Nazi Germany and trying to get back to England, goes through some tough scrapes, but there is really never any doubt as to the outcome as our boys laugh and joke whatever the circumstance. Charisma carries the day with Flynn and Reagan doing the heavy lifting, yet ably assisted by Hale and Kennedy. Raymond Massey, cruelly underappreciated character actor, is the central heavy, and does a passable German.
Errol Flynn and Ronald Reagan star in a light hearted mix between the Dirty Dozen and Commando.
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