The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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"Monster Hunt 2" is so perfectly good-natured and so utterly nonsensical that it makes not-thinking-about-it basically an act of self-preservation, for which, bless its bouncing, gurgling, flolloping heart.
Monster Hunt 2 is equally charming, sweet, slight, and unmemorable.
Monster Hunt 2 ultimately shapes up as more of a stopgap effort to showcase the franchise's possibilities and stir up interest for its grand denouement.
Monster Hunt 2 is sillier and even more cloying than the 2015 original.
We're left with a colourful, yet mostly bland kid's film that might have you chuckling now and then, but is quite underwhelming.
It's nice to see a method actor like Tony Leung take a backseat to CGI and yet making most of his comic role.
This sprightly follow-up to 2015's surprise fantasy blockbuster is considerably more enjoyable than the cluttered original.
An even more kid-friendly offering than before, [this] is a visually vibrant fantasy comedy that may disappoint viewers invested in the more thematically adventurous original.
[Tony Leung] is the best thing about the film, consistently delivering the biggest laughs and never appearing as if he is trying too hard at it either.
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