The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Travolta, who took over the role from Nicolas Cage, and Meloni, who's looking more and more like Robert De Niro every day, have a loose, easy chemistry that goes a long way to enliven all that overworked familiarity.
The script, besides being full of bad-guy clichés, doesn't give the actors enough opportunities to work up a buddy rapport, though the glimmers of it that they are permitted are promising.
It's yet another entry in the endless cycle of middle-aged vigilante rampages-a formula that no one but Liam Neeson seems capable of actually wringing entertainment from, try as his various fiftysomething peers might.
I Am Wrath is about as clichéd as clichéd gets when it comes to the action/revenge genre.
It's ultimately rather astonishing the degree to which I Am Wrath slowly-but-surely alienates the viewer over an often interminable running time...
Predictable, derivative revenge thriller is very violent.
Generic, clichéd and exceptionally tiring.
A very tepid, uninspired John Wick clone.
The film dies on impact, providing a good reminder to rewatch "John Wick" instead.
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