The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Virtually all the key creative elements which early in 1970 made The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes encore superbly in Now You See Him, Now You Don't
The Disney people, with their obvious gimmick, have kept the antics as merry as they are broad -- and clean.
Benefiting from some fine special effects, this fast-moving comedy ought to please any family.
Except for the invisibility gimmick the script is just about an out-and-out steal of [The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes]. It is better because the fun stuff is funnier.
A comical story about a college attempting to make a scientific break through finance another year of there school.
The movie is funny, I personally enjoyed seeing Kurt Russel in a different type of film, it's a typical disney flick that is obviously predictable from the opening credits until "The End". For a movie that came out in 1972 the special effect's are amazing!
It's a good family flick, and something to watch while your bored, or if you have never seen it prior. I personally would not watch it more then once or twice but it's worth a peak or two and a good one for the children, even with it's age.
Interesting collection of 70's flavor.
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