The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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In the end, the movie exalts the modest pleasures of everyday people, but, along the way, Lewis reveals the madder music within that they whistle while they work.
A masterwork of demasculinization
This is one of Jerry's more creative comedies.
...it's hard not to be awed by the technological leaps of this production, and at their best his gags delve in to the realm of the surreal last visited by the Marx Brothers.
Really funny moments happen with Jerry Lewis in all-girl rooming house.
Jerry Lewis' The Ladies Man (1961) is yet another work of genius.
A bizarre, sexually ambiguous, cantankerously skeptical burlesque on the ascent of feminine independence.
Creatively goofy thanks to his inspired insanity, Lewis is at his naughty best in this carousing comedy
Nicely mounted, interestingly done, but typically unfunny Lewis.
When it isn't funny (which happens quite frequently, to be honest), at least it holds out attention, but when it is, the film can make you laugh until you wet your pants (especially in a hilarious scene with Buddy Lester). Too bad it almost gets lost in its uneven last half hour.
One of the most brillhant, funniest and criative Jerry Lewis' movies. The Ladies Man, without a doubt a true masterpiece. Fresh.
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