The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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[Anderson] handles the frat-house humor more convincingly than he does the conversion scenes, which are so serious and emotional that they seem to come from a different movie.
The experiences of these young men probably would resonate with anyone who has undergone similar trials, but I saw few themes that would resonate with a larger audience.
There's not much to this movie.
After seeing The Best Two Years, you might want to stop by a construction site to see which is more interesting, this movie or watching paint dry.
To its credit, The Best Two Years shows a refreshing willingness to acknowledge the foibles and possible problems with some Mormon missionary practices.
The film is excellent and very informative to non-Mormons. I worked with several in the past and always wondered about this two-year voluntary mission. Its great!
An earnest and impressively polished attempt at providing an inside look at the experiences of full-time Mormon missionaries.
Anderson's effort should be easily accessible to non-Mormons because it's genuinely funny and sanctimony-free and features uniformly fine performances.
Earnest but bland depiction of Mormon missionaries as normal guys, even if they do live within the drug-, alcohol- and sex-free context of an old TV series.
The value of The Best Two Years is its wholesome, sometimes humorous view, of missionary life.
Sets an example for future religious films. It's able to get its point and purpose across in a way that's both entertaining and doesn't alienate the broader audience.
An interesting look at the lives of Mormon Missionaries. Manages to convey the experience without being preachy.
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