The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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Soon into the student uprising, the story starts to feel like a warmed over after-school special.
All Critics (49)
| Top Critics (19)
| Fresh (19)
| Rotten (30)
| DVD (1)
The dialogue is ridiculous and condescending.
Painfully obvious and cliched.
Writer-director Craig Bolotin wants to get our motors racing, our minds pondering and our hearts pumping. Laudable goals; shaky results.
Bolotin repeatedly reminds the viewer of his lack of imagination.
Nelson, Whitaker and their talented, young co-stars give this film most of whatever juice it has.
Crackling dialogue, surprising intelligence and an emotional wallop.
... it's this sense of the "real" that not only keeps Light It Up lively but that marks it -- for all its visual flair -- as happily out of step with a zeitgeist enamored of naught but money and notoriety as the wildly overhyped millennium turns.
Snuff it out!
...isn't so much a bad movie as an unfinished movie
"The Breakfast Club" in the Ghetto
It begins as a high school comedy romp and then abruptly turns into a TV cop show-caliber thriller.
A laughably disconnected hostage drama.
Usher's "acting" ruined the whole thing for me
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