The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (9)
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| Rotten (7)
Neophyte director DJ Chen's formulaic film leaves little doubt.
The only real surprise about this cheerful gay romance is that such a silly movie was such a smash hit in its native Taiwan.
A fresh, sweet-natured affair with an attractive young cast.
A silly-sweet, gay romantic comedy aimed primarily at teenage and college-age audiences.
Mark my words: There is no way an innocent like Tien and a Meat Loaf-style heartthrob like Bai could ever make a love thing happen.
Presents such a barrage of grotesquely mugging, swishy stereotypes, coupled with a total lack of wit or style, that mere minutes into it, you are groaning and peering at your watch.
It's total escapism, and, for a movie about losing one's virginity, surprisingly chaste
Not for the cynical, this is one of those flicks where love happens at first glance and the cad has a heart of gold.
A revenge romantic comedy about life and love for a gay teen in Taiwan. Can't believe this crap was a box office hit.
A 2004 Taiwanese film which was directed by Chen Yin-jung (’Â‰f—u). It stars Tony Yang (—k—C”J), Duncan (ŽüŒQ’B), King Chin (‹à‹Î), Dada Ji (‹G�G‘S), Jimmy Yang (—k�r–¾), and Jason Chang (’£‘åûã). Poor atempt to make some kind of a gay romantic comedy about Chou T'ien-Tsai, a romantic Taiwanese male who takes a trip to visit an online boyfriend in person for the first time. This film was banned in Singapore because it "portrayed homosexuality as normal, and a natural progression of society" and it bothered me that no female was in any of the roles, like that's normal! I'll have to say that this sad work is deffinitely not art work - it's just a movie to make gay community feel better for the things they are doing. Some kind of Gay propaganda that being with a man is fun for young guys... I'll stick to the old values, and in this case agree with the Singaporean government!
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