The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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[It] ends up feeling drab as well as looking it.
Schultz allows the tension to build slowly and for Rufus's secret history to be revealed in increments. There's also some great interplay between the actors ...
Rufus is well made as far as it goes, but it's hard to enjoy a story when you keep wondering when the Volturi are going to show up.
I don't know what sort of movie Rufus was intended to be when it was shot, but I can't imagine it was anything like what's being dumped into theatres this week.
Rory J. Saper's performance as Rufus makes for a compelling story about the inner-turmoil of a vampire. Unfortunately, just about everything else in the movie knocks it back down to mediocrity.
Writer/director Dave Schultz stretches out this somewhat languorous - not to say somnambulant - material to almost two hours by adding a villain.
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