The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It shamelessly cribs from 90s potboilers (a last-minute twist is stolen from a notable film of the decade) and Pacino is hammier than a hog roast, but it's too lurid to be dull.
The movie's silly-arty aesthetic is regurgitated Polanski, and there's a shameless script steal from Presumed Innocent.
Some handsome location shooting in New Orleans doesn't make up for the Oscar winners' relentless hamming and a plot that twists way beyond credibility.
Such a ragged and desultory muddle is "Misconduct."
Why on earth is Anthony Hopkins involved in this? Or Al Pacino?
Except for Mr. Hopkins and Mr. Pacino, going through their familiar paces, incompetent is the word.
An astonishingly atrocious piece of work...
The result is pacy, patchy and, at the last, plain old slapdash: if anyone can work out what the eventual villain did -- or why -- please let us know.
A disaster of Room-sized proportions.
An overcomplicated potboiler that's so bad it's almost good.
It's so hilariously inept that it's almost worth watching.
The plot is gossamer thin, the twist would take a two-year-old about as many seconds to see coming and it's a miracle there is any scenery left by the time Pacino and Hopkins were done.
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