The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Billy Crystal's flawed directorial debut can't seem to decide whether it wants the viewer to love its protagonist or hate him, but it features fine work from Crystal and his co-stars.
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in Mr. Saturday Night, Billy Crystal nimbly makes the big leap from amiable (if sometimes irritating) funny man to serious, but not-too-serious filmmaker.
Billy Crystall's feature directorial debut is a misfire: As an actor, he's too likable to play the egotistical comedian who torments everyone around him for the sake of his career.
One of the best, if not the best, film of Billy Crystal's career
Maybe a guitly pleasure, but I really enjoy this movie.
Great performances, flawed script.
A good idea, but somehow unfocused. Crystal can't make up his mind if he wants you to love or hate his Buddy Young Jr.
It's not wholly successful, but one can respect Crystal's intentions.
Although I really liked David Paymer in this film, I think that Crystal didn't achieve what he wanted to achieve in his biopic of Buddy Young. Working on both sides of the camera, Crystal achieves run of the mill at best.
billy crystal as a old timed hillarious jerry seinfeld. A
A old comic tries to jump-start his failing career. Only a flawed ending keeps this from being Mr. Crystal's great shining moment. Still it's the best he's done in my opinion, and the supporting cast is more than adequate. David Paymer, as the long suffering second banana, particularly is wonderful.
Fluctuates between actually interesting and self-indulgently dull. However, a mostly interesting and mostly dramatic look at comedy and what drives people to make a career out of that craziness.The movie has a strong supporting cast, especially David Paymer as the long suffering brother/agent. Crystal gets by.
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