The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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... even the facile crudeness of a movie like "Porky's" seems to have demanded too much of screenwriters Charles Bolt and Terence Mulcahy...
Reveals a few new twists in the old lost art of initiation.
Utterly inconsequential, but it at least provides a nostalgic look at its stars circa 1984.
...often feels like a series of escapades loosely strung together by the two central characters.
Actually quite like this sweet little movie. Jon Cryer was so likeable as a teen actor and it is just 80's overload with bad music and big hair on Demi.
Actually, the 80's ruined my life. Lol. Watching this sort of thing growing up, I thought I would hit a certain age and magically be this glamorous and live in one of these quirky, run down, but cool units 80's heroines always seemed to live in.
I am not a fan of Demi generally, but she does play this part well.
I also didn't realise a very young Jennifer Tilly is also in this one (bonus).
An okay romance movie, I want to see it again though, I saw it on TV a long time ago.
Possibly one of the cutest romantic comedies of the 80s. Jon Cryer is adorable as the 16 year old photographer trying to win over the heart of a 22 year old Demi Moore. If your looking for a good movie you should watch this!
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