The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (16)
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Some horrific moments (the mark of the best fairytales) and some sublimely witty lines.
A story filled with genuine sweetness and mystery.
Has a screenplay that's among the most literate ever written in the English language for what certainly would appear, from all the evidence, to be a "children's movie".
Classic '80s animated fantasy has some scary moments.
Would the act of giving The Last Unicorn an average rating be tantamount to kicking a puppy?
Holds a forlorn, poetic beauty that separates it from the more conventional family-targeted animated features of its timeor any era, for that matter.
We don't see stories like this anymore. In point of fact, we never did... which makes this movie all the more wonderful.
Nearly everyone who waxes rhapsodic over The Last Unicorn starts off noting how they 'grew up' on the film.
Weighted with moments of surprising power yet undone by crazed-crank nickelodeon pacing.
The Last Unicorn is sure to be a rare treat for lovers of fantasy.
Greatly underrated animated film; worth seeing
The standard 'quest' material that most fantasy is made of, but in this case heroics and spectacle are secondary to drama
The rare case of an animated childhood classic that looks and feels dated now but still oozes of the feeling you had when you watched it for the first time. Especially America's original songs give the story of the last unicorn facing its biggest threat a very unique atmosphere, giving it all a sweet melancholy that works fantastic together with the nicely animated magic forests and landscapes. Some other scenes are downright spooky for kids, but of course there is humor too. The story starts out strong and atmospheric and then loses a bit of its drive once the characters reach their destination. After that rather slow part, the exciting ending does a lot of things right again and makes it an overall very pleasing and sweet experience, even after all these years.
The Last Unicorn is possibly the best of the Rankin/Bass animated features. It holds up surprisingly well and carries more warmth and weight than most of its counterparts. The superb voice cast is only the tip of the iceberg. There's a great little story here based on a great little book. The film itself was slightly censored for home video releases, but thankfully the new Blu-ray release amends that with two different viewing options. It's a nice little fairy tale that manages to surpass its own source material to become a classic.
An impressive voice cast with a touching story, although a bit dated now visually. Will mainly appeal to a very young audience.
An interesting story about a unicorn, I didn't get to see the end, though, so I want to see the rest sometime. So far, I thought it was okay.
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