The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The script is another one of those high-concept specials that sound like they were midwifed by an agent.
Essentially a feature-length sitcom, She's Out of Control specializes not in psychology but in snappy patter.
Director Stan Dragoti keeps things lively and makes this adolescent paean to popularity relatively painless.
Despite some funny scenes, the sitcomish treatment of a father's anxiety over his teenage daughter's budding sexuality is mostly shallow and uneven.
Dragoti's dire, dishonest, seldom humorous social comedy has all the nauseating hallmarks of a big-budget sitcom.
It is an extended version of familiar, bland sitcom situations.
As dated as an '80s music video...
This leads to all manner of trivial, pseudo-comic shenanigans, but not to any insight, comic or otherwise, into the emotional realities of father-daughter relationships.
One of the very worst films of 1989.
Leering and tacky, yet annoyingly chaste at the same time. Should have remained the TV-movie it was meant to be.
If we were judging the film on Ms Dolenz's beauty, this would be a winner.
This is the kind of film that makes me wish we could simply erase the 1980's.
First of all, this movie starts out too slow, and with awkward editing. But, later it catches up nicely and is enjoyable to watch. Shawn's character's interacting with Danza's is especially entertaining. This was really funny, but also a really heartwarming film. It's pretty good.
Cute 80's film. Rated it half a star higher than it actually deserves because the 80's were my era and I always enjoy a flashback! Tony Danza is a bit over the top as the protective father, but the girls are both good and there's even a small role for Matthew Perry here. Just a nice little movie with a few laughs. May be a bit dated for today's teens, though.
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