The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Truthfully, it isn't as bad as its reputation, registering less as an out-and-out disaster and more as a missed opportunity.
While there's nothing inherently awful about Old Gringo, it had the potential to be something more than it is - a semi-coherent romantic melodrama.
Propelled by the desperate yearning of three strangers who meet in Mexico in l913 during Pancho Villa's revolution.
No wonder Jane Fonda gave up films after striving so long to drag this average Mexican epic to the screen. She plays a spinster who gets daught up with Pancho Villa's revolution and discovers her own sexuality along the way. It's a pretty dull revolution, hardly worth waking Gregory Peck up for.
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