The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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[A]n effortlessly engaging love story whose ace in the hole is the almost indecent magnetism of Gerard Depardieu.
The movie is just pleasing enough to make you wish there were more to it.
Although a thin premise endangers its credibility at times, Green Card is a genial, nicely played romance.
In terms of the genre's conventions, Weir likens this film to 'a light meal'. It's one to savour.
For "Green Card" seems much more enjoyable on a second viewing, after the ghost of Julia Roberts in Beverly Hills had been banished.
Depardieu's charm recognizes no language barriers, and MacDowell, the revelation of sex, lies, and videotape, proves a fine, sexy foil.
It's funny, sweet - and utterly lop-sided.
Silly and obvious as this romantic comedy is (and its script would have seemed dated in 1942), it might have mustered a considerable charm if Depardieu had been better matched in his first American film.
It's slight and trite, but so what?
Peter Weir's talent, so evident in his Australian work, remained dormant here, but Depardieu's lively performance is a redeeming factor.
An appealing romantic comedy directed by Peter Weir.
Stop me if you've heard this one... too late.
I'm in-between with this movie. While I liked the story and there were some scenes that were brilliant, there lacked a certain something in this film. That being said, I certainly think it's recommendable to rom-com lovers.
a charmingly funny and enjoyable comedy that is entirley irresistable, entertaining, and has lots of fun. A+
A French man marries a US stranger to get a green card. Good cast.
Unconvincing, unfunny and completely devoid of charm. Even by Hollywood rom-com standards.
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