The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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The result misses the goal by 20 yards.
Steve Kelly's film is burdened with weak comic shenanigans and an overly sentimental twist, but when it switches to quiet pathos in its hero's moments of dejection, it's quite sweet.
It's very light and all a bit TV, with a seemingly interminable second act. Yet the characters are so affectionately drawn and so sweetly played that you forgive the conspicuous lapses.
If you do feel you need a football fix in what for some of us is a brief, blessed respite before the World Cup, I recommend it for its warmth and knockabout energy - and a great soundtrack.
This clunky low-budget British comedy, based on Dave Roberts' memoir, plays like a non-league version of Fever Pitch.
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