The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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As harmless as it is silly, but dampened by idle gags, empty characterization and an inordinate two-hour runtime.
A sluggish two hours that delivers only in a triumphant final act that's as improbable as it is inevitable.
It's lightweight, predictable, and a bit improbable for sure, with a pop soundtrack-Paul McCartney, Tears for Fears-that keeps the pace bouncing along.
Exquisite music from John Brion. [Full Review in Spanish]
It's a difficult balance of genres that Lellouche does not manage with special ability. [Full Review in Spanish]
Lellouche, without completely spoiling his work, confuses the personal triumph with the collective title in an excessively imposed outcome. [Full Review in Spanish]
The humour is broad and sometimes I cringed. It doesn't have the subtlety or pain of The Full Monty, and at times it's as focussed as the random splashing when they first jump in. But its highlighting of the social and health issues men face is welcome.
In light of France's yellow vests movement, it's not hard to see in [director Gilles Lellouche's] escapist fantasy a concern for [France's] social breakdown. [Full review in Spanish]
Not quite The Full Monty, but Sink or Swim is no half-baked premise either.
If you give in to its Gallic male-bonding charms, it swims more often than it sinks, thanks to a cracking cast, solid direction and cinematography, and lightly comedic touch.
The tone is heavy-handed, the solutions are more than predictable and the surprises minimum. [Full review in Spanish]
A surefooted crowdpleaser with enough warmth and the committed talents of a stellar ensemble cast to fend off any sense of predictability.
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