The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The movie will be found wanting if one is not taken in by the 3-D visuals.
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I like the movie, but hate its presentation.
[I]t's not really a movie, it's a video game that doesn't work.
A movie that aims for the fun and sensation of being inside a video game, but not a whole lot more.
Differs from its predecessors in some important -- and occasionally unfortunate -- ways.
This third installment follows up on the thrills and dazzling visuals that charmed audiences in the first film.
Rodriguez may have overreached his abilities with this film.
There's a lot of hand-to-hand action, just like a video game, that gets harder as you move up a level. Also, like a video game, there is no story. You have no idea who is fighting whom. Or why.
The 3D stuff works really well.
Spy Kids 3 is much sharper and funnier than the second outing, but the missing pieces, namely the parents and sister, are sorely needed.
Kids will love it, but adults may find it flat.
Rodriguez knows how to evoke the imagination in children with such an enjoyable family yarn.
Retains the homemade virtues that made the earlier installments such an un-selfconscious, pleasingly clunky delight.
The third installment should have been avoided immediately from the subtitle (Game Over). Spy Kids 3-D strays away from its usual flare and is blatantly cliche and is only attainable as a visual decent film. Other than its somewhat-ineffective 3-D effects as well as its addition to supporting roles, the film has nothing else going for it 2.5/5
Now this is an example of when the filmakers decide to open the cash till and do nothing else. Spy Kids 3 takes advantage of children with its promised exciting adventure but all it delivers is the above average 3D.
a big step back from the previous two. still entertaining, but instead of furthering the spy/james bond for kids storyline, we get a movie built for the 3D gimmick and strangled by the video game plot. ok, but missing something.
What a horrible movie, its an embarassment to the cool franchise. This story was completely borig, idiotic, and dull, with new characters that will bore the hell out of you. They even got rid of Carmen in the movie for like 2/3 of the film, it was so bad. I still love the first 2, but this was completely awful.
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