The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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I snickered from sheer recognition at the first overpopulated ruckus on a tiny footbridge, and there's a Reg Hollis cameo, but that probably isn't enough to merit rescuing it from the 24-hour garage bargain bin.
Nick Nevern's spoof of football hooligan films doesn't seem that different from the films it is parodying -- but maybe that's the point of the joke.
Straight out of the lower leagues.
A film that struggles to find its own identity.
It's an affectionate piss-take that clearly knows its source material inside-out; trouble is, it relies too often on lifting other movies' dialogue verbatim, as if the mere act of referencing were innately hysterical.
Does for football hooligans what Cockneys Vs. Zombies did for cockneys (and zombies). Very silly, occasionally very funny.
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