The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The schlock factor increases with every passing frame, but at least it's never boring, though whether it needs quite so many shots of Vanasse's unclad breasts is doubtful.
It's awful, but at least it is one of my favourite kinds of awful film: so awful it's a triumph.
The story moves like a bullet (more dumb perhaps than dumdum), but I enjoyed it.
Starts well but the whole things gets increasingly preposterous.
An uninspired, sub-Hitchcock effort.
Destined to be forgotten.
Preposterous French-Canadian thriller about a twentysomething her swaps her Montreal apartment for one in Paris. Once there she is framed for murder and finds her identity has been switched with the real killer. Plotholes are as wide as the Seine, for example why not ask the police to contact your family to confirm your identity. This is getting some hype due to Eric Cantona's portrayal of a detective. His acting certainly isn't bad for a footballer but he maintains a look of constipation throughout. Even if Man Utd fans could actually read subtitles I wouldn't recommend they watch this.
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