The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (19)
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| Fresh (7)
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| DVD (5)
The prophets should speak with respect of this $20 million Biblical epic.
By reputation, the results are so dull and so consistently undercut by a succession of star cameos that no one seems to mind the various shorter versions released since them, one of them less than half as long.
Interminable and intolerably reverential.
Mr. Stevens has done it in a generous and often stunning style. And the quality of his reverence should captivate the piously devout.
Hammy performances by Charlton Heston as John the Baptist, Telly Savalas as Pilate, and, in the most notorious bit of casting, John Wayne(!) as a Roman soldier overseeing the crucifixion ("Truly, this man was the son of God," drawls the Duke).
Tends to degenerate into a series of increasingly bizarre walk-ons.
Wile it's not quite as bad as the critics claimed upon its release, it's not particularly good either.
Despite some rousing scenes, may be the most boring movie ever made ...
If this is the greatest story ever told I can imagine how horrid is the worst story ever told.
Yes, the celebrity cameos distract, but the film focuses more on Jesus' message than the overated King of Kings If you've never seen it in widescreen, you are missing a revelation.
The New Testament meets "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" in this unintentionally funny all-star Biblical epic.
So call me a blasphemer and a heretic. Producer/director/writer George Stevens' ultimate project simply isn't a very good film.
A HUGE investment of time that drags here and there but a chance to see the kind of spectacle that isn't made anymore. A fine example of the craftsmenship of old Hollywood.
A very fast and incomplete story of the life of Jesus, many facts left out but still worth 4 stars/
An overly long version of Christ's story. Von Sydow is great as Jesus, but hearing the Duke's voice as the Centurion pissed me off for some reason.
love these top heavy with stars juggernauts they tossed at you to try to get you out from in front of your teevee sets! and this one drips with maybe too much reverence, and how, oh how can you do that?
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