The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (31)
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| Fresh (22)
| Rotten (9)
| DVD (2)
An acidic satire that transcends its one-joke premise to skewer, with a fair amount of accuracy and great, biting humor, the emptiness of so much contemporary moviemaking.
An enjoyable film that's nonetheless flawed.
Doesn't have much new to say about Hollywood.
It's funny and has an interesting edge of bitterness to it.
Velle takes a high-concept script from Craig Sherman and makes an enjoyable -- if disappointingly shallow -- coming- of-age story set in Tinseltown.
An old story, The Emperor's New Clothes turned inside out, but screenwriter Craig Sherman and director Francois Velle have such fun with the material that it's completely contagious.
a decent film, just one that's hard to take seriously
Economical, slick, entertaining, and only 5 people in my audience? Inexcusable. Go see it.
'New Suit's' satire works well; its characters are engaging, and the film comes across as sweetly amusing.
Velle ... brings a perceptive outsider's view to the world of contemporary Hollywood that catches all the nuances of hypocrisy.
This sort of thing has been done better ... but it's still pretty entertaining.
There have been plenty of sendups and self-satires about the insanity inside the Hollywood machine, and this one doesn't add enough new curves.
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