The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The comedy being insufficient to sustain this much footage, with no especially exciting action, provides serious handicaps.
Pictorially handsome in the lavish Metro style, the work tells its story in spirited, romantic episodes which catch your fancy quite independently of the songs and the music.
The first MacDonald-Eddy vehicle, enormously popular in its day so somebody must have been able to stand this simpering duo.
The score includes the parodist's favorite, "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life," and other numbers too annoying to mention.
A much underrated if not great film, Naughty Marietta features some particulary amusing supporting work by Harold Huber and Edward Brophy.
Nominated for the Best Picture Oscar, this is the first of eight but not the best teaming of Eddie Nelson and Jeannette MacDonald.
It's acceptable, I suppose, but it's nothing to cheer about.
So memorable that I had to be reminded that I saw it. Dated whimsy.
Beautiful musical numbers, a plot that was unbelievably but at least historically sound, and an ending that seemed a little out of place. In all it was a nice movie to watch on a Summer morning.
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