The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The Looney Tunes totally hold up, they're still funny, they're still charming, they're still smart.
The great part of this film was the original cartoons
Any chance to sit down and watch these brilliant cartoons again is a cause for celebration.
You're better off saving up for the uncut versions readily available elsewhere.
There's a reason why Looney Tunes, Merry Melodies and Silly Symphonies cartoons are shorts: they lose their luster when strung back to back to back in feature length format as they are here. On their own, each mini-story can be entertaining and hold it own; together, they're overlong and begin to be unfunny. Not much more to say. If these shorts can hold your interest, so be it. But there's not a ton new under this sun.
A fun, entertaining, hilarious movie of Loony Tunes. I loved it as a kid, and I'm sure kids today will love it too.
Somewhat unbalanced collection of Looney Tunes shorts, presented in three acts.
Act I (my favorite) has Yosemite Sam trying to outwit Bugs in various clips from classic cartoons: Sahara Hare, Roman Legion Hare, Wild and Wooly Hare, etc. There's some new footage of Sam in Hell dealing with the Devil; I don't know why they didn't just use the same animation from "Devil's Feud Cake"?
Act II had Bugs against gangsters Bugsy and Mugsy.
Act III had Bugs as host of an Oscar-esque Awards presentation, giving awards to different Looney Tunes characters, with accompanying clips of their performances.
Alright, I suppose. Not the best of what Looney Tunes has to offer. A bit of a curiousity; I don't remember this being at theatres...
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