The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A very average farce.
The gear-change from manic slapstick (watch out for the berserk hosepipe) to cringing sentimentality about babies and nappies is hard to take.
At the Hampstead Everyman, there is a timely and welcome season of Ingmar Bergman's films.
Seems like not much more than a placeholder during this otherwise remarkable time.
[Director Frank] Tashlin... was all about the gag and helped define Lewis as a walking cartoon, the rubberface spastic adolescent in a grown-up body.
Jerry Lewis plays baby sitter in this knockabout Frank Tashlin comedy.
Lewis stars in this Frank Tashlin directed film as a gawky TV repairman who falls in love with actress Maxwell.
Lewis, a seriously under-rated comedian, is always worth watching.
Sometimes very silly, but the film is a true heartwarm and present quite funny moments.
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