The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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You can guess what you're in for here even before the prologue text has ended.
Visually stylised and filled with a sense of impending doom, 'Harrigan' feels more like post-apocalyptic sci-fi than a nostalgic cop saga.
[Creates] a northern dystopia rife with criminality and racial distrust. Unfortunately, such world-building exercises often require a certain level of funding, and there's something undeniably televisual about proceedings.
The whole thing is about as appetising as a stale jammy dodger but someone, somewhere, will gobble it up.
There are few surprises in this cliché-ridden plucky effort that may have been better as a TV production.
The Bill meets Byker Grove.
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