The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (13)
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The wisecracks and the swaggering are as unrelieved as the film's almost comically ecstatic gunplay. Someone must have figured audiences like things this way.
Goldberg's best work since The Color Purple.
Bloody, boring and pandering, is as poisonous as the drug trade it pretends to defame.
Tom Holland directed from a script and story credited to three individuals, anyone could have knocked this one out during coffee break.
Never quite hits the sweet spot in balancing action and humor. The film clunkily moves back and forth between them, rather than getting them to work in unison.
Whoopi Goldberg is at her sassy, funny best in this upbeat 1987 cop caper, playing a Los Angeles detective who takes no nonsense and is ready for anything the badass guys can dish out
A lackluster Beverly Hills Cop rip-off.
So-so Whoopi comedy-thriller. There are worse things and she's made some of them.
what night's rubbish night again?
Whoopi's a cool lady, but she's done a lot of stunningly awful movies. This is (easily) one of the worst.
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