The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A melodramatic thriller which did surprisingly well in the US given its implausible straight-to-video scenario. Undistinguished.
It's got suspense but no staying power.
No matter how wild the plot reversals, there's always a slightly madder one to come.
The only thing that makes this ludicrous botch even borderline watchable is Alec Baldwin's enjoyably supercilious performance as a leering stud surgeon who thinks nothing of belting back shots of bourbon before going in to perform an operation.
Offhand, this is the only movie I can recall in which an entire subplot about a serial killer is thrown in simply for atmosphere.
The plot is twisty enough to keep you guessing through most of the film, but not all of it.
The plot mechanics are well-oiled and above average for this type of vehicle.
Malice is a film that very much wants to be a combination of Body Heat and classic Hitchcock -- but how you take to it will depend on your patience with silly cliches and plot holes large enough to hide dinosaurs.
Malice is a polished Hollywood thriller with good pacing and plenty of slick plot devices.
Maybe it depends on how you feel about such intrusions but me, I don't welcome malice as my primary movie-going experience.
Malice belongs to its trio of leads -- all giving terrific performances, with Kidman's transitions creating an especially memorable screen portrait. But then Sorkin's sharp, smart dialogue gives them a lot to work with.
There can't have been much aforethought to Malice, Harold Becker's preposterous new thriller.
i quite liked this movie its different and suspenful worth a watch
A happily married couple want to have children but are not able to after Nicole has an operation that goes wrong. Interesting thriller. Good cast.
Alec Baldwin and Nicole Kidman shine in this thriller that will keep you guessing....
Lots of plot twists and turns. I liked it. Nicole Kidman is great. It's quite a ride, and takes some unbelievable jumps in logic.
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