The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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More Hellish than it is Heavenly, Agustín Díaz Yanes' black comedy about the Earthly duel between two angels doesn't have enough genuine laughs to support its far-fetched premise.
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It's all harmless fun, I suppose, and mercifully free of all the cant usually associated with fantasies of Heaven and Hell.
Manny is so uninteresting as a pivotal character that he's a black hole who sucks away our investment in the film.
A sultry, pretty thing with a few good ideas: in other words, stuck in limbo.
Consistently clever and inventive on a level a little below the inspired.
It's only sporadically entertaining.
An unfocused, overplotted, painfully derivative comic fantasy.
Bendito Infierno's characters crack and pop off the screen; you're caught up in their tussle even as you acknowledge its artificiality.
...undoubtedly a silly premise, but writer/director Agustin Diaz Yanes imbues the film with enough style and humor to keep things interesting.
As tempting as it is to describe the level of humor in Don't Tempt Me as hellish, that's probably giving the movie more credit than it deserves. Although describing anything in this dark comedy as heavenly is even more of a stretch.
A train wreck of half-developed ideas without a unifying thread.
Sometimes nothing is more irritating than forced wackiness. Especially forced wackiness with a supposed deeper point.
A barely comprehensible mess ... Fun is something in very short supply in this would-be comedy.
The relative surrealistic element of the movie is what made it interesting. The rest was ok. I like it when Cruz doesn't play the pretty girl.
Great movie! Penelope and Victoria are absolutely a great pair of characters. In this film, one is good, and the other supposedly bad. Despite the line of duties, the two vie for the soul of a boxer. The two realize that they are both doomed regardless of the outcome. Great cast- Victoria Abril, Penelope Cruz, Gael García Bernal, Fanny Ardant, Demian Bichir, and Elena Anaya. Definitely worthy!
Victoria Abril and Penelope Cruz get sent by heaven and hell respectively, to win the soul of a sad, weak woman-beating loser. Apparently heaven is a bit like black & white Paris filmset and rather empty, and hell is like a giant multi-storey prison with lots more people in it, and there's a Checkpoint Charlie between the two to separate the good from the bad, but that could all change if the wrong side wins, so beware.
It's a Tarantinoesque telling of a good angel and a bad angel who fight for the soul of a boxer. I found it interesting and a bit weird, but overall i liked it.
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