The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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My Last Five Girlfriends is a stab at an anti- romantic comedy, but with too dull a blade.
It's hard to get a date when you won't stop talking about yourself even though you don't have much to say.
There are some nice insights, and it's got a higher IQ than most movies on this subject, but the irritation factor is still high.
Enough visual effect shots to rival a Transformers picture. And what does the screen blizzard amount to? An intolerable ride of self-importance and easily avoidable emotional trauma.
Director/writer Julian Kemp has totally embraced the notion that life is a merry-go-round and created a quick-paced, whimsical examination of the timeless quest for finding true love.
Packed with extremely clever touches, this film demonstrates that brains simply aren't enough for the rom-com genre
If the film is an intriguing attempt to do something different by way of a plot, it is not different enough to do more than pass the time.
The attempts at being witty end up being more gimmick than skill, and produce stereotypical characters depicted by average performances.
Kemp engages the eye with a variety of camera tricks and animated inventions that belie his modest budget.
The miracle is not that this guy lost five girlfriends, but that he ever attracted them in the first place.
Taking the central role of Duncan is Brendan Patricks, a pallid chap with pink watery eyes that make him look like a rabbit in the final stages of myxomatosis.
It's as hard to root for somebody who views his relationships through this egocentric prism as you would expect.
The basic idea of this movie was clever, and imaginative. I love quirky, and this was definitely quirky, but sometimes quirky isn't enough. I usually like quirky English movies, especially, but this one just seemed flat.
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