The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (18)
| Top Critics (6)
| Fresh (11)
| Rotten (7)
A glum and slack family drama, Newcastle is punctuated by bright bursts of dreamy surfing images, but not enough to make the film rewarding.
A beautiful film, charged with energy and sensitivity.
Slightly overlong but visually striking.
The story is slight but the performances are strong...
Overall, [Castle] has captured what I remember of the fantasy of the classic Newcastle adolescence -- all day at the beach, string bikinis and juicy blond teenagers.
The drama is a very low-slung affair, with the interconnections between characters poised to supply us with the only reasons to watch, other than the bodies, the landscape and the water.
Teen surfing drama is a wipe-out.
a bit like Endless Summer meets The Karate Kid
It is deflating to realise that even when doing what they love best, these characters are less than real.
For all [Newcastle's] faults, there's something honest about these characters that I responded to.
It's flawed, but when Newcastle works, it rocks.
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