The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A trio of contrasting personalities, the veterans bring both a mischievous wit and a sense of subdued anger to a familiar comic plotline, and the film achieves a rare balance of laughter and compassion.
Though the cast is headed by three fine actors, two of whom, Mr. Burns and Mr. Carney, are also extremely funny men, it never elicits any emotional response more profound than curiosity.
There are laughs, but the prevalent tone is one of discreet compassion, without condescension or sanctimony.
'70s comedy caper tugs at heartstrings; some swearing.
Touching and amusing comedy.
Director Brest does a great job with a sensitive subject, drawing fine performances from everyone.
Two things about the film are frankly remarkable, however: the richness of its imagery and George Burns' understated performance.
Three veterans in a spotlight performance.
The talent of the three actors is wasted. It's the only talent in sight in a movie poorly written, sloppily directed and badly edited.
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