The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The audience is supposed to feel empathy for Lauren's predicament, but we (at least this reviewer) did not.
Kolasky is an actor to watch for.
The general mood and feeling emanating from the story is profoundly relatable and few situations might feel strangely "too real" for some facing similar predicaments.
Overall, Jones's two-timing tale of a romantically detached woman stuck in a malaise of lust and life may not necessarily be considered great, great, great but there is certainly no shame for the tandem of Jones/Kolasky settling for good, good, good.
Sarah Kolarsky paints a convincing portrait of the difference between what women want, and what they SAY they want.
Great Great Great doesn't quite deserve that three-handed title, but it comes pretty close.
It's a tour de force performance, played in a minor key.
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