The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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There's some neat ideas and great visual concepts, but they are poorly executed; let down by poor acting, low budget, a so-so script, shoddy effects and terrible camera quality. Great in theory, totally missable in practice.
This was ok for a low budget horror with a very strange story and plot. The cgi is awful for the dream sequences but it can be forgiven. Quite bloody in places with a creepy bad guy and cute female lead. Silly at times but there is far worse out there trust me!!
OMG....If you can picture a Friday afternoon TV movie mixed with a really weird sex pests dream you have something resembling this rubbish. One minute this lassie (Wilson) cant stay awake the next she is knifing cops dressed as a bloody cheerleader and getting her bussoms out at the drop of a hat. The only saving grace is Kilpatrick who puts in quite a good performance as the baddy with the ability to make people do whatever he wishes. I was wracking my brain to try and remember where I had saw the detective in this one played by Combs. It was only as I was typing it I remembered he played the mad scientist in Re-animator and some weird alien in one of the Star Trek spin offs......absolutely silly and the ending was just ....well daft.
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