The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (11)
| Fresh (9)
| Rotten (2)
| DVD (2)
Mogambo is a silly, laid-back Hollywood romance with an exotic setting, but it's nonetheless quite affecting and satisfying.
Clark Gable reprises his role from Fleming's 1932 adventure in this colorful and enjoyable remake by John Ford, featuring great performances by Ava Gardner and Grace Kelly
Too long and too ridiculous.
The easy rapport between Gable and Ava becomes the film's main selling point.
the film's travelogue footage is the only thing that seems to save it from pointlessness.
Pointless remake of Red Dust squeaks by on star power.
I found this movie boring, I didn't watch the entire movie I was too bored. This is one of those jungle pictures with a little romance thrown in, and not much more. I didn't like it.
Pretty good "white hunter in darkest Africa" flick with Clark Gable gathering wild animals for zoos while fighting off (or not) chorus girl Ava Gardner and little rich (married) girl Grace Kelly. Cool on-location scenes. This is a remake of Red Dust, a film also starring Gable as a rubber plantation owner, with Jean Harlow and Mary Astor filling the women's roles.
I was under whelmed.
okay but if you have a chance to see the original Red Dust instead go with that.
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