The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The material is too thin for feature-length and the jokes are socially outdated and clueless.
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Marci X, though, is just clueless and sad, seemingly having missed the point that hip-hop is no longer a novelty to be slapped on the cheek with a white glove.
[it] might better have been called Marci Why.
Rudnick can be an extraordinarily clever writer, but he doesn't seem to understand that a screenplay has to entail more than a series of skit ideas strung together.
It's no masterpiece, but I found it consistently good-hearted and sometimes hilarious, and the sparse crowd I saw it with was laughing as much as I was, especially at the outrageous rap numbers.
If the context of Marci X were more realistic, a lot of these gags would soar. But the context is drag-show dinner theater.
A movie apparently determined to set back the progress of blacks in American culture by several decades.
This is a messy disaster at which you can only scratch your head and mutter, "What were they thinking?"
Most of the laughs come from the questionable taste of Benjamin's subject matter, as opposed to any genuine wit.
The film sheds weak satirical light on the issues of freedom of speech, media responsibility, and oppression of minorities. It's anybody's guess who the target audience could be.
Seemingly endless movie.
There's a tawdry, self-congratulatory air about the film that leaves a bad taste.
Marci X is the kind of terrible movie I'm almost glad I've seen, because this decade probably won't bring a worse movie than this.
I saw this because it had Lisa Kudrow and actually thought it was pretty funny.
Quite literally has one laugh and not a clue about its targets.
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