The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Bruce Willis is rather terrifying.....a man of many faces indeed
Willis makes a convincing villain
An unusually tough and daring film for both Willis and Moore.
Not-half-bad murder-thriller potboiler.
Another former movie network space filler. Willis and Moore together on the screen. Oooh wow! Why can't Hollywood couples actually find something worth while to appear in together. Looks like they did it for the same of doing it.
I think this was the movie that introduced Bruce and Demi together?? Anyhow I liked this little who dunnit that holds lots of twists and turns thru out. I have never been too keen on Demi's acting abilities however good performances from Bruce Willis and Glenne Headley. worth a look if you see it whilst channel surfing on a rainy day.
A woman's abusive husband (Bruce Willis) is murdered quite bloodily in the back of a van at a fairground. The wife's friend (Demi Moore) is suspected - will she get away with it? It's up to Detective John (Harvey Keitel) to determine. Somewhat memorable after all these years, but nothing earth-shattering.
Director Alan Rudolph's eccentric style brings some interest to a fairly routine story. Although Demi Moore has a creditable stab at the heroine, it's Glenne Headly who steals the show.
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