The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (34)
| Top Critics (8)
| Fresh (22)
| Rotten (12)
| DVD (1)
The film is too lackluster and inconsequential to pack any punch. Director Tucci's mise-en-scène is too self-regarding and fussy, the just-so period design is stifling, the cinematography arid.
promise for dealing with the homeless common man is there, but ... falls short in this vein
Like its lead character, eventually becomes so aggravating that it long overstays its welcome.
An interesting little movie.
Tucci's slow-paced storytelling in "Big Night" was brave and worked beautifully, but the same technique in "Joe Gould's Secret" becomes annoying.
Joe Gould's Secret - slow, detailed, cautious, and ultimately kind of obtuse. Perhaps the problem is that this is the first movie he has directed that he hasn't written.
Most of the movie is refreshingly light and good-hearted.
Stanley Tucci has once more grabbed a brass ring, spinning a self-immersed, character-driven tale of a flinty mad hatter and the man who would be his storyteller.
All the film's energy goes into Ian Holm's stellar performance.
Good on you Stanley Tucci. You are as good a director as you are a performer. What a delightful tale.
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