The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A lazy Technicolored cinemusical aimed squarely and accurately at the summer box office.
There is no pretense that Ball Game is anything more than a romp for Kelly's virtuosity.
It must be said, too, that Mr. Kelly and his side-kick do right nicely by a brisk thing called "Yes, Indeedy," as well as the title song.
What matters is the stylish ebullience, and the excellent score by Roger Edens, Adolph Green and Betty Comden.
The plot is typical fluff -- Kelly and Sinatra join Esther Williams's baseball team at the turn of the century -- but the production values are, as always, worth the price of admission.
While there's not much baseball played here, this is an amiable film, marked by the enjoyable cast and some lively, if not memorable, music.
This wonderful MGM musical has super songs, ravishing Technicolor and extraordinary talent both behind and in front of the camera.
An enjoyable, snappy period baseball musical comedy.
It's brilliant music, and the comedy is a snap.
The American pastime was never more fun.
Light-as-air Technicolor comedy in which Kelly and Sinatra star as major league players who can hold their own on the dance floor as well as on the pitch.
Oh my god Esther Williams is SO annoying, no wonder Gene Kelly was hard on her in rehearsal or whatever. Whenever she's off the screen I breathe a sigh of relief, but then she and Gene Kelly have to get together, and then I just want to die inside.
Considering the talent both in front of and behind the camera this is a surprisingly bland albeit colorful musical. Everything is bandbox pretty but there is an uninspired air to the whole enterprise. They do manage to get Williams in the pool once even though the theme of the movie is baseball.
This is a very fun and funny romantic musical baseball movie starring Sinatra and Kelly.
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