The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (10)
| Top Critics (5)
| Fresh (1)
| Rotten (9)
The Sandpiper's absurd situations are matched by dialogue that beauty (hers) and talent (his) cannot vanquish.
Trite and often ponderous in its philosophizing by the two principals.
A truly dire romantic melodrama.
Don't let it fool you. It's the same old Hollywood stuff.
A superfluous, ponderous and pretentious sudser about a married minister having an affair with a single mom non-conformist artist.
A star vehicle for Liz Taylor and Richard Burton, The Sandpiper is one of Minnelli's most embarrassing films, which is poorly scripted (by Dalton Trumbo), helmed, and acted and doesn't even qualify as high camp.
It must rank as one of the most expensive and pretentious loads of garbage ever foisted upon an adoring public.
Take a snapshot of Taylor next to her wooden likeness and you'd need a caption to distinguish between the two.
Underrated feminist drama.
beautiful locations, silly but entertaining story
Lots of amazing scenery (Liz Taylor included.) The Sandpiper is also a precursor to the beginning of the ratings system as its a bit racy and liberal-minded for the mid-60s. Burton and Taylor are as always great together, Eva Marie Saint plays a WASP doormat and Charles Bronson plays a hipster beatnik. By no means essential and even though its a little drawn out, its not a bad watch.
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