The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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An inept drama that rings false.
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The lovers' nonexistent chemistry doesn't generate enough heat to light a match.
It felt authentic ...
It's so unexpected and unpredictable and so full of tiny grace notes that its ultimate collapse seems almost irrelevant.
Turns out to be not so much a movie about a Kwazy Person as it is about a Stoopid Person.
A genuinely affecting love story told without a trace of affect.
A ludicrous indie romance.
Well-acted but ultimately bland...
Stateside has some lopsided storytelling techniques, but emotionally it will get you home.
Simples e sensível, o filme traz uma atuação estupenda de Rachael Leigh Cook.
With a better cast than it deserves and a script from which it deserved better, the film is pleasant where it should be rowdy, quaint where it should be refreshing, and altogether far less daring than it thinks it is.
It's as though the actors showed up on the set, picked their lines out of a hat, than spoke them in no particluar order.
[L]ike scenes cut from another, far better film...
Ok romance-drama about two crazy teens [one of them is literally crazy] who fall in love while one is in the Marine Corp. I must say that some of the dialogue between the two main characters was very weird but beautifully poetic in a way.Perhaps this film brought out the sappiness in me. Good performances by Jonathan Tucker, Rachel Leigh Cook [especially], Agnes Bruckner, Val Kilmer, Joe Mantegna, Ed Begley Jr., and Diane Venora. Overall it's somewhat entertaining and worth a watch despite it not being particularly good.
Great movie! Top performance by Rachael Leigh Cook. Interesting story plot. Great music.
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