The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This loose remake of Joseph H. Lewi classic assumes the shape of an exploitation B-picture, but it has some merits, including Drew Barrymore's performance.
Doesn't even touch the original classic, but still edgy.
A not-bad 'B' movie.
Original rating of 4 stars still holds after a 2017 rewatch.
Loved this movie when I first saw it in the 90's. Yes, it is a bit dark and nasty, and was probably straight to VHS at the time, but Drew is fantastic here. She really makes Anita sympathetic as an isolated young girl with a horrible home life who makes a bad choice.
I loved this movie when I saw it on TV a few years ago, but then I saw similar movies that were way better than this one. Well, at least this one has an awesome performance from Drew Barrymore. It's like a teenage version of a Bonnie and Clyde type story. I'd like to watch it again sometime.
This little Bonnie and Clyde imitation is rather cheap, tawdry, and nearly unpredictable. It needed a lot of improving, and more character to the story.
Sub Tarantino fare starring Drew Barrymore before her renaissance. A little trashy and straight to video, but not a bad crime cum road movie. It doesn't hold a candle to Badlands or True Romance though.
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