The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear delivers a handful of moderate laughs, but overall, its strained antics pale in comparison to its gut-busting predecessor.
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Nielsen combines B-movie earnestness, exuberant mugging, and a trouper's slightly desperate cheerfulness: he turns this rather alarming character into a sweet, ebullient lunatic -- albeit one who's hell on innocent bystanders.
A feeble sequel.
Even if the laugh machine isn't operating at top efficiency, it still cranks out a few choice bits of irreverent lunacy.
The enthusiastic Zucker, Zucker & Abrahams style of movie parody is too rarely seen to prompt much head-shaking about gags that don't work.
The opening and closing credits alone are almost worth the price of admission.
In the limbo of comedy, few can go lower than Zucker without visibly straining.
Raunchy, dated send-up of cop movies has lots of sex.
It may not deliver as many sustained laughs as its predecessor, but the hit-to-miss ratio of its comic content is still high.
What's at work here is the comedy law of diminishing returns: if you tell the same jokes over and over and over again, they become less and less and less funny.
Amusing even if the law of diminishing returns is starting to kick in.
A nifty, crisp package, but not quite up to the standards of the original picture. A dildo drill can't solve every problem.
Not quite as fresh as the first.
A silly sequel about a clumsy cop (Leslie Nielsen) who is seeking redemption and a new start in Washington D.C., but then stumbles into a plot involving corrupt businessman looking to gain power. As is the case with most sequels, this movie is not as good or funny as the first. Sure, it has its moments and hilarious puns and instances of physical humor, but when the script misses, it REALLY misses bad. With that said, it is far from bad, anytime Nielsen on the screen you can pretty much find a reason to laugh just but subtle movements or facial expressions he makes. But he can't rescue this movie from being pretty forgettable in the end.
One of the best sequels of any comedy movie.
While it doesn't have the same level of laughs like the orignal, this still has some decent laughs. However, Leslie Neilsen still maintains his wacky performance as 'Lt. Frank Drebin' shows he is still a master of slapstick comedy.
While it doesn't have the same insane amount of jokes the first part turned into an instant classic, all the trademarks are back and there is plenty of the same. That does feel a bit repetitive at times, but is too fast, silly and funny to make you realize it, really. Considering how lame the majority of today's comedies are, you actually wished you could have Frank Drebin back.
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