The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (17)
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| Fresh (2)
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| DVD (1)
Some of this is insulting, all of it is tedious.
It doesn't offer a single moment of visceral or emotional electricity.
It can't decide what it wants to be -- slasher fest, social satire or revenge comedy -- and ends up being an awkward goulash.
Trashy, stupid, schlock-y, and completely dull.
The film opens with some intriguing and old-fashioned credits set to an ominous score. That's the high point.
No terror or suspense occupies this tired, gloomy vacuum, not to mention wit or humor.
A pretentious pseudo-parody of a serial-killer movie.
Extra points for liberal use of chicken innards as wholesale gore. Minus points for not being funny enough.
The measure of this film's failure is that when the nasty stuff happens, we don't laugh and we really don't care.
As lifeless as the corpses that pile up in mousy Carol Kane's basement.
Despite running only 81 minutes, Sherman's debut feels distended, perhaps because it flutters around from black comedy to Grand Guignol to character study, rarely touching down on any of the above.
It's more disturbing than finding half a cockroach in a Fluffernutter sandwich.
Office Killer, Qu'est-ce que c'est? Actually a better question would be why did you have to suck so hard and make me forever regret leaving an Abel Ferarra Q&A to make it on time to see you. Screw you Office Killer!
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