The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It's a bank-robbery thriller and a "political" exposé all at once: No wonder this overly elaborate potboiler turns into a muddle.
It's pulp, but it has real actors doing real acting in a gritty story -- which is a lot more than can be said for some of the much more high-profile buddy cop movies of the last couple of years.
One assumes that every film has a creative impetus at some point in its production, but it's incredibly hard to find one buried underneath this morally vile, incompetently made thriller.
Willis' workaholism benefits "Marauders," an otherwise plain action picture carried by strong performances and a mildly compelling mystery.
"Marauders" lays out a scenario in the first 40 minutes or so that, oddly enough, makes you think "this is not an entirely uninteresting premise for a thriller." But after that, things devolve ...
A hyper-convoluted heist movie that's every bit as generic as its title might suggest.
Willis is going through the motions, but Christopher Meloni delivers a far more committed performance as the determined FBI agent investigating the case.
A muddled VOD mediocre bank-robbery thriller that never adds up even when everything is tallied at the end and all the pieces fall into place.
Just because the protagonist is none other than the legendary action hero Bruce Willis, there would be no other reason to pay attention to this film. [Full review in Spanish]
Ropey dialogue and a loopy story undermine everyone's efforts to lend credibility to a far-fetched thriller.
Marauders suffers from an affliction that's increasingly rare, if not unique, in the annals of modern gritty cop thrillers -- it is all plot and no drama.
Meloni shines as the film's hardened protagonist, an archetypal detective, an anti-hero, stoic, flawed and complete with a murky past - but vitally, somebody we always root for.
Good bank robbery film. Not a great film by any means, but the bank robbery scenes are pretty damn awesome.
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