The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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As a memorial to a fine and inspiring molder of character in young men, this picture ranks high.
Perhaps Ronald Reagan's greatest talent was his ability to float to the top.
Carries both inspirational and dramatic appeal on a wide scale.
Corn doesn't grow any higher than this male bonding tribute to testosterone.
The movie...is corny and sentimental, but it set the bar for all future sports pictures.
It set the way for how the Hollywood sports biography was to be subsequently made.
The one genre from the 30's and 40's that suffers the most is easily the biopic. There are some great ones from this era, but most of them are the paint by number biopics like Knute Rockne. You see tragedy approaching from a mile away and they are filled with unrealistic and wild statements like "Look there, the forward pass, that's gonna change football forever!" I love films from this era and almost all of them have a line or two like this, but Knute Rockne and many other biopics from this time are littered from beginning to end with this garbage. The performances aren't bad, it's just the structure is flawed and makes the film goofy. I am glad that biopics nowadays don't suffer the same fate as......wait a minute.
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