The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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If ... you can still imagine that this might be just the kind of movie for you, please stay tuned for the forthcoming article about my resignation.
Just a bit of romance-comedy fluff.
A romantic comedy so slick you can see the reflection of a hundred better movies in it.
This would be a stultifyingly incestuous affair even if all the jokes about fertilization weren't so tiresomely lame and predictable.
The problem with this romantic comedy is that although it eventually winds its way to a conclusion that feels right, it takes too many convoluted steps to get there.
In alternating between farcical spoof and bittersweet romantic comedy, Maybe Baby maintains a surprisingly secure comic footing.
...innocuous, yet oddly charming...
Somehow wastes an impressive cast of otherwise talented British comics and actors.
Both poignant and outrageously funny.
It features boring cliches and a positively awful leading lady.
Maintains a fairly smooth course on the delicate line between tenderly funny comedy and affecting, involving drama.
A good-natured comedy.
So much genuine talent wasted in this blah rather mean spirited purported comedy which has nary a laugh within. Watch only if you want to see many fine performers employed in a project beneath any of their talents.
i liked it i thought it was funny and different and hugh laurie is hot in it!
worth a watch
Hugh Laurie did some appalling crap before he settled into the role of the superb House, and this is one example. All the usual faces go through the motions of 30-something observational romantic comedy, directed by Britain's biggest sell out Ben Elton. An example of everything I detest about british comedy.
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