The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Offers an often revealing if admittedly slight take on life with the lyrically and rhythmically sophisticated rock group.
A trite, whitewashed-to-blankness vanity project.
Fanciful, fun, funny, and frenetic -- all the great things about New Wave music brought gloriously into focus for posterity.
It turns out Copeland's home movies are as boring as everyone else's.
If you're an old-school Police fan, there's enough here to warrant some attention, but it's those same hardcore fans who might walk away from "Everyone Stares" wishing it had a lot more meat on its bones.
Everyone Stares is an unprecedented look at the brief career of one of rock's all-time greatest acts, but disappoints more than it illuminates.
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