The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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[McKean] keeps things visually interesting and exciting, overlaying images and using the occasional separately filmed segment.
McKean's film deserves to be watched if only to marvel at the performance of Sheen and the epic scale of the production which gave birth to this misguided collaboration of theatre and cinema.
I found it patronising and embarrassing.
Its cheap visual effects, blaring sound, dreary pace and aggressive attempts to modernise the story are unbearably gimmicky.
There is a raw, primitive response to Christ in this film, despite all its community theatre window-dressing. I loved its spirit of a fanfare.
The closest you will get to feeling like you have run a marathon, without running a marathon. Once is enough.
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