The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Beautifully photographed and designed, evocatively scored, it's a pleasantly archaic family entertainment in the Disney tradition.
Director Jeremy Paul Kagan extracts an engaging performance from Meredith Salenger as the heroine.
There's a real sense of period, even if the film does occasionally become over-sentimental.
As Wolf, a dog named Jed gives a forthright and believable performance. Miss Salenger, for her part, gives one, too, and she carries the movie nicely.
It's nice to see a Disney film that follows the rules of the family-film genre as Walt laid them down.
This Disney feature is mildly entertaining, boasting great costumes by Wolsky, who was Oscar-nominated for his design.
Compelling adventure too violent for some kids.
Salenger is wonderful, and so is the wolf.
Another fondly remembered Disney flick absolutely flushed down the toilet by a pathetic full frame transfer. Sad news indeed.
Highly satisfying drama set in the 1930s about a courageous young girl's search for her father.
A solid, action-packed road trip, with heartened performances.
Unforgettably Undeniably Disney
I definitely remember this movie.
I remember it was okay, but I was pretty little
Lovely, old-style Disney movie a young girl running away in the Great Depression with her only companion is a wolf. Surprisingly unsentimental and enjoyable stuff.
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