The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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Loud, effects-ridden comedy with no real humor.
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Walston displays a crisp wit and blithe sense of whimsy otherwise lacking in this loser.
What we have here is a highly agreeable cast goofing around within the familiar parameters of the alien-lost-on-Earth story, to absolutely no purpose except killing time.
This is entertainment of the lightest, most inconsequential sort.
Everything else in the film, which was directed by Donald Petrie, is either cute or irritating.
Travel from Mars to Earth is an amazing feat, but not much more remarkable than reviving a sitcom that had been dead for a third of a century.
A terrible movie -- beware.
There isn't enough nostalgia for the old series to recommend for any beyond the most juvenile mind-set.
An utterly pointless and unimaginative remake based on the classic '60s sitcom...a meteoric misfire
Only the total collapse of Hollywood can save us from a reprise of My Mother the Car.
Doesn't even have the little spark of life that actors with a certain measure of lunacy and chemistry can deliver.
A clever and well-written screenplay is what saved this thing from being just like any other failure in the remake experiment.
Here is an effort wherein you feel sympathy for the actors wading through the dreck but especially for Ray Walston, blessed (you would hope) to be in the movie of the popular television series he helped establish ... and this is what they give him. Where did I put the bottle of prescription painkillers and the bottle of tequila? Have you heard of this movie? There's a reason you haven't.
Good if you just want to watch a movie and laugh - no thinking required
Thats right I saw it and you know what it sucked! Big suprise.
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