The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (18)
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| Fresh (5)
| Rotten (13)
Too crudely executed to make much of an impact.
Ends up stranded between two concepts.
Big-hearted and often quite funny if crudely made, Fat Girls cleverly subverts the clichés of high school comedies to serve an autobiographical story.
A modestly impressive debut -- especially considering that writer/director Ash Christian was 21 when he made it -- this poignant comedy will appeal to anyone who vividly remembers what it's like to be a high school outcast.
The film just keeps hammering away at the insight that conservatives are, like, totally twisted.
Fat Girls is fully in the "quirky indie" mold, populated by frumpy characters who sport slack expressions and enthuse about silly life plans.
Amateurish to distraction, this modern-day satire about growing up gay in a small town has such a minimal pulse that you may well wonder if first-time writer/director/actor Ash Parish didn't burn his script before shooting began.
To call Christian's film unpolished is an understatement, since Rodney isn't a particularly engaging protagonist and Christian badly overuses his sulky voiceover.
Proof that straights have no monopoly on crass, lazy coming-of-age stories.
An abysmal little conceit wholly lacking in originality, wit or technical style.
The jokes aren't funny, the characters aren't interesting and the budget is obviously so low you can't help but wonder how they could afford songs by Air Supply and Spandau Ballet.
Fat Girls' portrait of its small town high school milieu feels immediate and authentic even when the story's perfunctory machinations don't.
This one is hard to find, I got mine from Net Flix, it wasn't the movie I was looking for but watched it anyway. Very factual with todays world, enjoyable, funny, and sad. Worth renting
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