The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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With an embarrassment of comedy riches, Gatiss & Co will still leave some fans feeling disappointed.
Inventive, twisted and frequently hilarious, this is an enjoyable comedy that will appeal to both fans and newcomers to the series
Thankfully, not only have the League pulled it off magnificently, but they have remembered the most important thing of all -- how to be very, very funny indeed.
Even though i've never seen the TV series or had ever heard of it until now, it was actually quite funny. It might take you a while to get what's going on in the film but it's very witty and decently made considering its budget. The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse is stupid, disturbing and weird but at the same time it will suprise you in a good way.
A worthy big screen outing for Royston Vasey with lots for the fans to enjoy but perhaps lacking the darkness of the TV series.
It's not the measure of the first two series, but better than the third. And it's totally f***ed up in a rather inspired way! It almost reminded me of Time Bandits in places, which is no bad thing.
Once again a British TV show that was fantastic in half hour segments completely misses the mark. This is quite possibly the worst one of all. The writers may have thought they were being clever with their writing but instead it is just complicated and ridiulously stupid. There isn't a single laugh to be had, the only times I did laugh were forced. The League Of Gentlemen is reduced to fart, poo and other toilet humour. However they present it in such a crude manner it isn't funny. in fact Freddy Got Fingered had more laughs than this film.
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