The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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One of the few films you could call wildly uneven and the filmmakers would still consider it a compliment.
The movie and its players have a natural, matter-of-fact sense of comedy. It doesn't rub our faces in its jokes.
You'll chuckle at least once during the proceedings -- but probably not much more than that.
Provides a fairly steady series of laughs thanks to the fully committed performances by the two stars and the sheer brazenness of its humor.
Martin & Orloff might have worked as a 10-minute sketch, but Lawrence Blume's low-budget feature quickly wears thin.
Unless you find kicks in the groin hilarious, the lunacy here is considerably more tired than inspired.
Grows on you, as does stress-inducing, carefree Orloff on bemused Martin.
A refreshing, original departure from junk like Starsky & Hutch.
The saw about the shrink who's crazier than his patient gets a workout here, but it's given a likable spin by both of the leads.
While there are some inspired moments of merriment, the overall product leaves much to be desired.
A more accurate title: Measly & Awful.
Sure, it's not much more than a 'sketch after sketch' presentation, but one can forgive an aimless narrative when the gags are this unexpectedly funny.
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