The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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...slowly-but-surely squanders its admittedly intriguing premise...
The story was pretty good, it's just that it got just a little too boring and off track at some points.
If this were billed as a comedy, I would give it 4 stars. However, it is billed as a horror/suspense movie so in that regard it was horrible. The ending was the worst, yet funniest part of the film! Only watch this if you want to laugh...
Really weird movie. The main actress was horrible, and the boyfriend wasn't much better. The only one who was decent was the deranged guy that she hit with her car. It wasn't good, but it was different.
Wow, this movie is a wild ride. It starts off very similar to Stuck (which I liked a good bit), but then transforms into a very weird horror movie. I can't say that I loved it, or that I even enjoyed it. But it did keep me extremely interested in how it all would end up.
There are no sympathetic or likeable characters in Hit and Run. Laura Breckenridge plays a drunk-driving, panicky, selfish bimbo. The man she runs over....well let's say that any sympathy the viewer feels for him will disappear very swiftly.
I like how the horror aspects of this are sort of hidden until the second act. Maybe the fear is all in Mary's head...or maybe her victim has come back as one of the vengeful undead. It's left pretty vague in order to build the suspense and that's definitely a plus for any horror movie. Once the action hits, it hits hard. It's all absurd and implausible, but effective still.
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