The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (28)
| Top Critics (5)
| Fresh (18)
| Rotten (10)
| DVD (2)
For all the nudity and sexual content, Philip Saville's unoriginal and predictable film is, at its core, no different from one you'd find premiering on network television.
A moving film about the compromises of adulthood, but perhaps a little too earnest.
A deft morality tale about the engines of sexual desire and jealousy.
With terrific performances from Bale and Watson, the film is memorable and unique instead of plain and watchable.
An affectionate but barbed tale about a pair of suburban-bred Englishmen
likely to strike a chord with a lot of young husbands, especially those who find themselves sometimes envying their single friends. ...Bale and Watson are utterly credible...
The film flips back and forth between the Beatlemania-era of the early '60s and their suburban period of the '70s...
There's nothing extraordinary about Metroland.
Good film, good writing and performances by Christian Bale and Emily Watson.
An interesting movie with an interesting view on modern western culture. Its a bit like an unfunny version of "You Me and Dupree", it has the same structure of a wild friend lifting the curtain of the suburb lifestyle
A really well done movie with strong performances and visual style. Christian Bale played a great angsty working man looking back on his past. Emily Watson also did a nice job playing such a sweet, yet controlling wife.
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