The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (19)
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| Fresh (5)
| Rotten (14)
| DVD (2)
A half-baked comedy without a heart.
This film -- insignificant and lightweight and monumentally silly -- is entertaining from beginning to end.
Mediocre Eddie Murphy comedy looks very dated now.
Not even Eddie Murphy's normal bag of tricks and tics can save this contrived and unconvincing film from self-destructing.
His posse told him he was god-like.
Indefensible rubbish with occasional flashes of invention and Victor Wong.
Eddie Murphy begins to dabble in "kiddy-land."
An uneven and staid mystical bore that miscasts Murphy something fierce. There's nothing Golden about this neglected Child.
An extremely amusing film from back when Murphy was still funny; it's been unfortunately mostly forgotten these days.
A mixed bag of occult mayhem that I remember liking as a kid.
Yet another in a long string of Murphy abominations.
Maybe being typecast as Axel Foley was a good idea
Eddie is a private eye who has to find a kidnapped child.
Movies may have moved on in terms of effects, but this is still an easy watching good prevails evil family film with comical input by Eddie Murphy.
early eddie was one of the best comedic actors in history. maybe a notch below some of his other eighties flicks, mostly because the film doesnt hold up as well, but this movie is still funny and a lot of fun to watch.
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