The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Every movement within the film is programmed with an eye towards zappy distraction rather than sincere education, which explains why the final product feels as weightless as it looks artless.
Animated book-based monster tale has potty humor, peril.
The Little Vampire, a low-budget cartoon with supernatural characters who aren't so much undead as lifeless.
A tame-enough tale of tolerance, though bonus points for a healthy dose of toilet humour and a flying, fanged cow.
The movie-making prowess of the UK, Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands have combined for this, a flaccid cartoon Euro-pudding that, if nothing else, will ensure that the brains trust at Pixar sleeps soundly at night...
The dialogue is flat and the animation is workmanlike but it is quirky and pacy enough to keep younger children quiet.
It never really gets off the ground, and certainly doesn't do Angela Sommer-Bodenburg's beloved books justice.
An unnecessarily convoluted story about a 13-year-old American boy who befriends a vampire of the same age will fly over the heads of the target audience and bore accompanying grown-ups.
It's perfectly passable half-term entertainment but has no bite or distinctiveness whatsoever.
It's a limp affair throughout, drained of any substance.
Such beloved source material deserves a more polished revival than this.
Throw in a choppy, ragged plot and the result is an underwhelming adventure that will probably struggle to please either kids or their parents.
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