The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (33)
| Top Critics (8)
| Fresh (10)
| Rotten (23)
| DVD (4)
Fails as entertainment, being so ineptly directed and written it often has the feel of a high school production by kids with more money and ambition than talent.
A minor addition to the tiny genre of feminist science fiction films.
It's a quiet tour de force for Tilda Swinton.
Stumbles from one catatonic scene to the next, mixing aggressively 'clever' ideas with strident dialogue.
Witty, surprisingly tender.
Sci-fi has rarely been so playful.
A silly mad scientist film dealing mostly with feminist issues.
viewers have to endure new media artist Lynn Hershman Leeson's uncomfortable attempts at taking her cracking-stiff theories and translating them into dramatic narrative form
Leeson's sensibility is a thoroughly irritating mix of intellectual hauteur and juvenile smuttiness.
A muddled mess of cybernetics and new-age philosophy that goes nowhere slow, despite its abbreviated 80-minute running time
Can a movie be fascinating and boring at the same time?
'Teknolust' embarrassingly resembles insulting, insistent television commercials. Unfortunately, they may be the future.
What an odd little movie. It's pretty much totally invalid except as a performance showcase for Tilda Swinton, giving her all sorts of bizarre alien landscapes and situations to maneuver through. Its total lack of focus makes it intellectually unengaging, it looks and sounds cheap, and you don't really laugh at its absurdity like you would at most other successful comedies; you sort of revel in it. You get to see Swinton choreograph a three-person dance routine comprised entirely of herself, though, and you get to watch her say "succulent proteins" over and over to some guy at a bakery. Perhaps I'm just a fucking moron, or a die-hard Swinton fan, but little pleasures like these were perfectly worth sacrificing my 80 minutes for. Unless you really want to get your Tilda on, or you're in the mood for a super oddball sci-fi feminist curio, you could probably skip this and not miss out on much.
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