The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Though Home on the Range is likeable and may keep young children diverted, it's one of Disney's more middling titles, with garish visuals and a dull plot.
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Assorted movie in-jokes should keep parents tolerably entertained, and Alan Menken's songs mercifully favor western swing over the expected twang pop.
One mustn't carp too much; the film unfolds at a sprightly pace, making it fair fodder for undemanding sproglets.
Even if Disney production turns out to be, as many observers fear, one of studio's last 'traditionally animated' features, retro opus proves there's still a lot of life in them thar cels.
... a serviceable time-killer.
Comes across less as a fully realized work of storytelling than as a commercial for a corporation whose goal of entertainment has been replaced by that of making money.
An overextended cartoon, stretched to its limit despite the relatively short 76-minute running time.
I hope I never have to watch it again.
Within the forgettable musical numbers, and the boring climax, I just couldn't force myself to find one thing positive about this.
It all comes down to what it often does: a dumb concept, an uninspired plot, and characters we never grow to care about, much less love.
This bouncy Western musical-comedy adventure is long enough on charm, but wisely short and sweet at 76 minutes. It's also totally bereft of innovation... [Blu-ray]
Not a classic, but cute and fun for families.
Freed from the tyranny of dimensionality and realism, the animators indulged in one of the most goofy, silly, cartoony projects made at Disney in years.
Funny, but has no appeal at all to adults. It was cute for kids, but in the end this movie will be forgotten.
meh its okay
A Disney movie that is dull and forgettable.
It's like a Disney movie made by hillbillies from rural Texas. That means its not good at all!
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