The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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At bottom, what we've got here is a movie about a boy who meets a girl, loses her and tries to find a way to get her back. Which returns us to the original question: Can romance be reduced to scientific formula?
Mostly a drab affair, unfolding in restaurants, office cubicles and anonymous apartments, in which characters talk endlessly about relationships in ways that suggest they think they're being intelligent.
An amiably slight independent film that probably should have gone directly to the Sundance Channel.
... a near miss ...
While there's nothing terribly wrong with it, there's not much that's memorable either.
Decena hooks us with these characters from the start and makes us believe in their pain and longing.
...gut-wrenchingly awful--should be avoided at all cost. Rated R 84 mins. (D-)http://www.colesmith
It's all talk and very little action. And unfortunately, most of the talk consists of thesis statements disguised as dialogue.
The film has an unfinished feel, and plays like a film 101 outing.
Evocatively captures the uncertainties of being in your 20s, and the bars and cafes its characters inhabit.
Never seems to say something important about love that it tries desperately to get to.
Likable but utterly forgettable.
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