The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Likely to interest only those who wish Brooks well and don't mind making extravagant allowances.
Extremely funny, ultra-hip and alarmingly insightful.
The first part of the film is farcical and very funny.
Ends up more insightful than funny.
In Albert Brooks' second comedy, which is both funny and irritating (some of it by design), he plays a nuerotic film editor who's unable to sustain a normal relationship
Nearly as much as Jerry Lewis, Albert Brooks's comic persona is defined by its unlikability.
makes the repetition and relative tameness of the primary plot seem all the more obvious
Modern Romance explores the dangers of possessive love.
Brooks can be very funny, but sometimes his whining mutes the laughs.
Another obsessive classic from Albert Brooks
Brooks brings his inimitable brand of dry comedy to this look at the world f relationships.
Not Brooks at his best, but still amusing
This is probably one of the few examinations of a toxic relationship that doesn't involve physical violence of any kind. The film is uncomfortable from start to finish as what at first seems to be a neurotic neediness in the central character slowly becomes an obsessive narcissism. I respect the hell out of Brooks for casting himself as such a unlikable person.
Shows how jealousy can ruin relationships and cause unneeded stress with whoever involved.
One of the funniest movies ever made..a few scenes I never laughed so hard...dont miss this one!!!!!!!!!
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