The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (28)
| Top Critics (4)
| Fresh (13)
| Rotten (15)
| DVD (3)
Why [Kurt Russell] wouldn`t simply leave [Goldie Hawn] alone is just one of the film`s flaws.
While the prospect of watching Miss Hawn play a rude, nasty socialite is appealing, and even the transformation to homebody is a funny idea, Overboard winds up taking things too far.
If there's an amnesia movie worse than Overboard, it slips my mind.
A warm and funny movie.
Despite the ickiness of the conceit, it manages to be a fairly innocent good time, weird as it sounds. It's a movie likely destined for a fate not unlike its predecessor, a lengthy turn as a "nothing else is on" go-to.
Harmless enough, however shabbily made.
A modest romantic comedy, filled with large plot holes, pointless life lessons and silly dialogue.
Solid, fun entertainment that continued to show an appreciative public that Hawn was more than a ditzy blonde.
Marshall's sunny, sitcomedic comedies tend to be kinda bad but also compulsively watchable, and this one's no exception... [Blu-ray]
Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn are truly the only reasons to keep watching this otherwise flaccid comedy, which feels static when it should zing and oppressive when it should soar.
'80s comedy has some iffy stuff for PG; won't interest kids.
Kurt Russell abuses Goldie Hawn into becoming a better, more caring woman? Who thinks this stuff is funny? Lots of people, unfortunately.
Amazing, an 80's movie I haven't seen. Hmmm... it was okay. I'm not sure what message it was trying to get across. It is too extreme both ways - being rich doesn't have to mean that stuck up and awful, and being poor doesn't necessarily equate to living like an animal. Honestly I couldn't see why either of those lives would appeal and I don't buy the ending for a second. Living with a pig who lied his way into her life and got her to sleep with him on false pretenses and don't even get me started on those horrible four little boys.
The end line made me vomit a bit too.
Whatever. It's a dumb comedy. Okay to watch once.
One of the most tried and true of the screwball comedy formulas: uptown girl, downtown guy, together temporarily and hating it. 90 minutes later its wedding bells. Roll credits. Entirely dependent on the charisma of the leads. Russell and Hawn supply the goods in what only can be described as a guilty pleasure. Garry Marshall directs the predictable proceedings.
I did not buy the romance, and the plot points were so farcical this film was almost unwatchable. Is this seriously your favorite film,. Reese Witherspoon?
Goldie Hawn is hilarious! A classic!
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