The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A bold and totally off-the-wall comedy.
The ensemble is assured and adroitly gets the gags across without telegraphing punch lines.
A twisted comedy for twisted times, this movie made me happy. Go figure.
A quintet of Canadian TV comedians hit the cinema screen with a splat.
A splendid showcase for their diverse, frisky talents.
Some of this is very funny; much of it isn't.
You'll be laughing through your disapproval.
There are some very funny bits, but they're interspersed with long stretches of exposition that drag the whole thing down, down, down.
It was supposed to be a comedy, but it just wasn't funny. End of story.
The Kids stopped doing their show two years ago. It's too bad that this may be what they're remembered for.
Some fairly funny stuff, but not up to par with the HBO series.
A shambling disappointment.
Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy is the first film of the Canadian comedy troupe Kids in the hall, and it is a very funny film. I'm a huge fan of KITH and their show was the finest sketch comedy TV show that I have ever seen. How does the troupe transcends to the big screen? Well, it's not a perfect film, but the Kids in the Hall manage to keep their eccentric brand of humor in the film, which in turn makes for an entertaining film to watch for fans of the show. Brain Candy is not a comedy for everyone as it will most certainly alienate viewers. The cast here is great and the storyline is terrific for what they try to accomplish. Brain Candy is entertaining and will definitely appeal to KITH fans, but to those not familiar with the troupe, they want to pass it up as they won't find it funny. As a diehard fan of KITH and the show, I thought this was a well crafted comedy that had the traditional elements that you'd come to expect from the Kids. At times, the film could have been reworked to make it a highly memorable film, but as it is, it's funny, but it of course leaves room for improvement. I felt that Show was much better, and that the troupe put more effort into their skits than on this film. I'm not saying the film is bad, I'm just saying there is room for improvement. For what it is, it's a fun comedy worth seeing if you're a fan of the KITH, but like I said, you may want to skip it, if you're not familiar with their work. Anyone looking for a final glimpse of the troupe may want to check this one out, as their later work, would depart from what they previously did on the show and in this film.
ehh.... it aint no American pie: naked mile, dats da trufe.
It's exactly like stummies! But it makes flipper babies. This movie was great, but after a while it got to that point where it felt like they were just making stuff to fill time.
A wacky comedy about a pharmaceutical corporation releasing "Gleemonex", a happiness drug - and its affect on the world. It's quirky and funny, with a trip inside the minds of those who take the drug. I really liked Cancer Boy, the Disco-Chick and the Gay Dad. It's hummm-funny like "The Kids in the Hall" TV show, but not rip-roaring funny.
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