The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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Jaycee Chan isn't notably bad at any of this - it's just that we've seen it done before, and done better.
Unfortunately the director, David Hsun-Wei Chang, shows an indifference to elevating the by-the-numbers script.
Young Chan does his father proud with his fighting prowess, but also on a much more superficial level, he fits right in with all the eye candy, male and female, that fills the screen.
A slickly packaged action comedy that, for both better and worse, gets much of its inspiration from Western sources. A lithe genre effort with a shrugging surface engagement that melts like a pat of butter.
Underwhelming and, worst of all, boring.
David Chang's inept martial arts comedy confirms the genius of Jackie Chan.
Security guards from Taiwan and Beijing team up to thwart art thieves in a flaccid action comedy starring Jackie Chan's son.
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