The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Very much an in-the-moment hit of comic bliss. And that's no bad thing.
It's my favorite Laurel and Hardy feature film.
Probably Stan and Ollie's best feature.
Stan and Ollie at the pinnacle of their comedic talents. A must-see for L&H and all comedy fans.
Sons of the Desert (1933) is a classic Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy comedy - the fourth of their full-length feature films, and possibly their funniest
Laurel and Hardy are so addictive and compulsively watchable, and this is first-rate slapstick that offers non-stop laughs with one hilarious scene after another, making us sometimes even wish it weren't so short with its running time of only a little bit more than one hour.
Another great Laurel & Hardy flick I can probably watch again and again if I owned it. I don't know why they haven't made a Laurel & hARDY definitive collectors edition DVD. 6 discs with all their shorts and movies. You can't put a price on them though, these 2 are gems they make me so happy to be alive I can't even begin to tell you. Boy thats akward writing that...begin to tell you..or begin to tell you why...or why i like them..hmmm
watched the Scooby-Doo episode where they meet Laurel and Hardy (in some sort of rift in the space-time continuum). So it put me in the mood to watch some of the real thing.
It's a classic, but very dated. Some hilarious moments and some profoundly irritating ones as well. Stan Laurel is at his best when he's losing his shit.
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