The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Though its take-away impact may be flimsy, "Level Up" does suggest that Randall ... has the facility and confidence to handle more substantial material, as well as a bigger budget.
While the film's premise feels all too familiar, its extensive use of well-chosen London locations invests it with a gritty atmospheric flavor.
Unlovely and uninvolving, "Level Up" is a running-man cocktail of brutality spiked with low-level humor.
Manages to be intriguing in spite of its predictability.
Level Up is one of those great ideas that makes a pretty OK movie at best, even if it isn't "Game Over" status.
Level Up has a ton of potential, but the filmmakers don't rise to the challenge of embracing its wondrous possibilities.
A joyride that offers some solid thrills and a couple of good laughs.
"Level Up" connects as bleak entertainment, with co-writer/director Adam Randall generating a propulsive viewing experience, though one that just isn't furious enough.
This is the film's appeal: a sense of humanity its brethren generally strives to ignore.
Grand Theft Auto is one bigtime vidgame dream where you can follow some writer's storyline or, better yet, verge away and wander the game to do your own thing. What if some moviemaking game players somewhere had a thought of their own? Something along the lines of: "what if some anonymous bad guy types took some innocent gamer types and put them into game-like situations? We'd combine movies with game play! It would be sooooo kewl!" Well that's kinda what happened here, only it's not as kewl as planned, or hoped. It does kinda work as a unintentional advert for Grand Theft though.
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