The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It will be hard for parents to resist their children's attraction to Duck Tales, and everyone could do much worse.
Somewhat skillfully stretches a 20-minute episode into a 73-minute feature likely to enchant anyone up to the age of 7 or 8...
Ducks race a wizard for riches; mild thrills and spills.
The core is sturdy enough to withstand a lot of narrative missteps, particularly with Alan Young's commanding and authoritative performance of Scrooge leading the way.
The animation is just a cut above standard TV quality, but the voices are all good, especially comedian Rip Taylor as the genie.
he narrative on the 76 minute film is essentially three 20-odd minute television-style segments, each with a different setting and art direction. The link that holds them together is strong enough that the film is effective on a basic, children's entertai
I was pleasantly surprised at how clever and funny the film is.
When I was little I watched this movie CONSTANTLY!! It was funny, entertaining, and much like an Indiana Jones movie in a lot of ways, except for the obvious reason, that its all duck. And i barely ever watched the show when i was little, but this movie is well worth your time if you have it and want to show it to your kids, or just want to relive old nostalgia.
A rare little jewel of my childhood.
I cannot tell you how many times I watched this movie as a kid. Like on repeat.
Haven't seen it in a long time, but I enjoyed it.
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