The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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There are inklings of ideas, but the film's bad instincts get the better of its good intentions.
A synthetic pastiche of sci-fi, action movies (borrowing feely from the superior Mad Max movies), and routine prison drama that's a sensless, incoherent mishmash that even a reliable pro like Liota cannot salavage.
A throwback to the energetic sci-fi films of yesteryear. Frantic and Fun.
A watchable futuristic prison flick. Decent B-movie thrills.
Martin Campbell's generally an underrated action director, but this is just okay, not one of his finer efforts
Terrible film but there is some great acting in it.
Fun, action packed 90's movie that was overlooked and under appreciated. The story is about a highly decorated Army cadet who assassinates his general officer for moralistic reasons. His punishment is life in prison on a deserted island called "Absolom" where the deadliest of prisoners are forced to live in a brutal society controlled by vicious warlords. The graphics, for the time, were good. Ray Liotta puts in a great performance, which is something I don't usually find myself saying too often.
This movie pales in comparison to current eye candy blockbuster action movies, but this is still a great 90's action movie that you should check out.
excellent different storyline but very good and action packed on edge of seat
The "futuristic apocalyptic prison" thing has been done to death. This one is more of the same, but not that badly done actually. Ray Liotta can be fun to watch from time to time.
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