The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (7)
| Fresh (3)
| Rotten (4)
If you're a fan of Mr. Show and classic film noir, Girlfriend's Day will have you cracking up as it subverts the genre it's spoofing with loving glee.
Stephenson stages scenes with the static sensibility of a sketch comedy director, letting each performer roll with their respective odd duck performances.
A comic film noir sketch sending up greeting card poetry that never adds up to more than a sideways Oedenkirk smirk.
Film noir parody has violence, cursing, and sexual content.
Girlfriend's Day is not a great film, but it occasionally works, especially due to Bob Odenkirk's performance at its heart.
By the time it's all over, you're left with the same giddiness you feel after reading a Daniel Clowes comic or a Jonathan Ames story
Stephenson has a rocky time bringing this alternate reality to life, if only because the premise at its core is such an inherently silly (and oddly specific) one.
This was better than I anticipated. What more can you expect from a film where greeting card writers are treated like royalty? Bizarre at times and offbeat, but enjoyable, thanks to a great performance from Bob Odenkirk.
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