The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (18)
| Top Critics (3)
| Fresh (5)
| Rotten (13)
| DVD (3)
A silly and unconvincing contempo sci-fi thriller.
The plot is pretty silly but Mr. Crichton's handling of it is even sillier, though it is bold.
Slightly easier to take than such Crichton duds as Runaway and Congo.
This confusing, silly story from writer-director Michael Crichton concerns hypnotic TV commercials, models, and stun guns.
...there's little doubt that Looker would've worked a whole lot better as a novel...
Looker's surface pleasures are undeniable
If Crichton meant Looker as a satiric comedy, as he says he did, it doesn't come off as a very pointed or very funny one.
Weak and dated today, it was one of the first films my family rented after purchasing one of those cutting edge VCRs (you know, the one with the remote control with a cord).
Hopelessly outdated and borderline ridiculous medical thriller about cloned fashion models.
Clever, fairly effective thriller.
This is the kind of shoddy time-filler that Oscar-calibre actors clearly do only to pay the rent. Plenty of unintentional giggles though.
Interesting premise, but very dated (80's) and quite choppy in places. Bring a barf back for the title song.
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