The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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There are some funny touches and moments of freewheeling energy, but it is too broad, with acting and directing styles that are a little like afternoon TV.
Low-key, low-budget, high-intelligence, this is precisely the kind of film London ought to be producing.
Something like a Shakespearean comedy, full of highly amusing, sharply drawn characters and offering wicked insight into how identity is shaped by city living and immigrant culture clash.
An ambitious and engagingly authentic adaptation of Bola Agbaje's Olivier award-winning play.
The comedy has some real moments of insight and wit but suffers from some of the hammiest acting around.
The sketchy storyline is overly reliant on cliché, caricature and contrivance.
The film zips along with crackling dialogue and breezy moments of broad slapstick.
An occasionally engaging but often hamfisted urban fable.
An upbeat and smart British comedy set on a council estate in Peckham which follows two estranged brothers around for the day, as they search for some okra.
A lively Brit-comedy of manners full of crackling dialogue.
While it's certainly social commentary, Gone Too Far is also a breath of fresh air in the often stifling stable of British sociorealism.
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