The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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By the end of it, you'll wish you had just stayed home and watched Total Request Live.
Badly employing all kinds of tricks ... [Lustig] ultimately overpowers her actors and does in her own film.
An edgy, energetic romantic thriller.
Happily the filmmakers here are more interested in its people and their lives than in the chase that follows.
The kind of quirky film the movie world could use more of in these days of cookie-cutter studio pictures.
The performances in several smaller roles are so mechanical that they lend Kill Me Later the tone of a vanity production.
It's a good thing people finally recognized Selma Blair's talent so she could stop making movies like this.
...about an hour after it's over, you'll barely remember what it was about.
A long-on-style-short-on-insight mish-mash... the filmmakers trade on credit they haven't earned, hoping you'll fill in the narrative gaps.
Dana Lustig has taken a fairly heavy-handed approach, treating the material as if it were the basis of a longform music video ...
Plausibility is a problem with this would-be-giddy antic about newfound lovers on the lam.
A small film whose virtues are probably best appreciated on tape.
This movie was really entertaining to watch. Selma Blair was great as a woman drowning in depression and hopelessness. The sense of overwhelming blackness that surrounds the character is very believable. Max Beesley was perfectly charming as the bumbling robber. This movie was not intended to be academy award caliber, just to make you smile and share in a romantic fantasy
An interesting film.
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