The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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One of the most incoherent films ever made.
Nonsensical story atrociously acted not with production values not even worthy of a grade school project. Just awful on every level.
An astronaut returns from space as a mutated giant. ...or does he??
I'm sure I would have enjoyed this one more if I'd caught the MST3000 version (there is an MST3000 version, right?). As it is, Monster A Go-Go is a study in how NOT to make a movie. Everything is bad in this one, and I do mean everything. Bad acting, bad directing, bad editing, bad lighting, bad sound, bad score, bad wardrobe, bad writing, There are three or four brief moments that are unintentionally funny, otherwise your time would be better spent watching paint dry.
Currently, there are about a hundred people on flixster that admit to having seen this film. Those self-deprecating souls deserve some kind of award for sacrificing an hour of their lives so that others won't have to suffer the same fate.
Does this movie have anything to do with a monster? Presumably, but we're not sure. Does this movie have anything to do with go-go dancers? Not really, no. What's the plot? We're not sure. This is the worst movie of the sixties, I think, maybe even the worst movie ever made? It's on imdb's list of worst movies, and if you've seen it you know why. If you really want to see a bad movie, watch this one.
Nothing good at all about this film except that it's short and is over quickly (although not painfully). Bad sound, worse lighting, a horrible script with bad acting...on and on and on. Lots of scenes with nothing and even worse lots of scenes with dialogue...boring dialogue. The "monster" isn't even seen for most of the film and it ends in question: what happened? Who cares. It's over, at least enjoy that part.
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