The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Newcomers will find this adapted tale's fantasy logic arbitrary, its plot convoluted, and the sum effect wildly unconvincing...
The main reason 'I Still See You' doesn't come together is that Speer and Fuchs are so focused on complicating their already over-convoluted plot.
Kids with little experience and no discernible talent keep turning out bombs with alarming frequency. Add a dreary, post-apocalyptic mishap called I Still See You to the list.
Once all the pieces are in place, the film becomes a more conventional and less interesting thriller, with a single violent villain the heroes have to overcome.
I Still See You is painful to watch, and having to learn all the new jargon only makes it feel like an academic chore.
I Still See You is an ideal early foray into the horror genre for the modern teenage girl and her slumber party pals.
Some violence, brief nudity in weak sci-fi horror.
If you're looking to be swept away in a sci-fi- thriller, you'll probably be disappointed.
It's probably a warning sign when a director's strongest feature is a Step Up movie.
There's too much science, not enough fiction, in this sci-fi spook-show.
A ghostly thriller that's all plot, no emotion and thrill-free, despite the presence of Belle Thorne, the hardest working woman in show business.
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