The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Russell Mulcahy's seriocomic imagining of Errol Flynn's pre-stardom adventures is hugely satisfying old-fashioned fun.
[W]ith its incoherent, episodic script, "In Like Flynn" lacks the worth of even a minor Flynn film.
This is a fun film constructed in a smart way: an anti-high art picture that happily prioritises embellishing legend over recreating life.
A disgracefully entertaining romp that packs an unexpected emotional wallop.
The cast is first rate. As Flynn, Cocquerel has the good looks that made the Tazmanian Devil a star.
The four have varying views of what their worldviews should be. The pacing is uneven, but the film still has some philosophical heft.
Flashes of fun, mostly in the brawls, but a run-of-the-mill script and never dazzling leads let ol'Errol down.
Mulcahy may be aiming for a boisterous good time like the Flynn-starring classic Captain Blood, but the flat, template-like raucousness of the Pirates of the Caribbean series oft proves more fitting.
Haphazardly assembled with minimal coherence or narrative logic, it plays out like a juvenile fantasy version of an Indiana Jones adventure.
The tonal discord can be forgiven due to the charming performances and the inherent tongue-in-cheekness of some of the situations, however, it cannot be forgotten.
[The opening] shows a lot of promise for a biography that adheres more to the legend of its subject ... The rest of the movie ... never matches that initial energy.
Nothing can make up for a paper-thin script that fails to make anything of the central character or his connections with people around him.
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