The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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So slapped together it feels less like a movie than an extended montage...
If you're hoping for intricate plotting, suspense or even nominal character development, StreetDance 2 is unlikely to waltz away with your heart.
Streetdance 2 has brash energy; it does not neglect to do what it says on the tin and the lack of realism is no problem.
Boutella shows promise beyond her day job as one of Madonna's dancers but otherwise speaking parts are sensibly limited to those who can act.
Sexier dance sequel light on plot but heavy on dancing.
When the provocative rhythms of Latin fuse with funky street-dancing, the result is sexy, visceral and exciting. Sofia Boutella is a sensation; watching her dance is sure to drive young men to distraction.
Energetic dance routines interrupted now and then by unlikely dialogue and wooden acting: Welcome to StreetDance 2.
Like almost all dance films, Streetdance 2 has failed to find extremely talented dancers who are also even remotely credible actors.
All the sentiments about 'being all you can be' fall somewhat flat against the cynically commercial feel of StreetDance 2's enterprise, which credits the audience with one brain-cell each.
It's cornier than a field full of maize, of course, but its lack of scrappy charm renders it so tedious...
The 3D is moderately imaginative...
As a piece of catchy pop culture, the StreetDance franchise has a natural buzz - just don't expect much more than awesome moves for your money.
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