The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Offers committed performances and a few chuckles, but it's a largely one-note rendition.
The aggressively silly sendup "Eternity: The Movie" seems to have been constructed on the premise that all you need to make a parody are a few 1980s props and a relentless synth-pop beat.
The godawful voiceover narration by Barrett Crake immediately telegraphs the film's sluggishness and lack of imagination.
Thorpe means well, and the song parodies have a bizarre earnestness, but the comedy lacks variety and genuine wit.
George S. Kaufman said, "Satire is what closes on Saturday night." This piece of utter cluelessness will be lucky to last that long.
Every joke calls attention to itself as though lit by a flashing neon sign, and the film makes no pretense of creating characters or a story that you can get invested in. In fact, it takes great pains to prevent you from becoming invested.
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