The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (11)
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Crudely effective, although you've seen it all before.
The veteran director has more than enough chops to keep a doggedly generic premise lively.
The filmmakers do an effective job at making a clever horror show out of postpartum depression. So it's a shame the movie goes off the deep end in the final act ...
An enjoyable freak-out.
While the haunting apparition is certainly compellingly sinister enough, in terms of ghost action the film doesn't really offer much more than any B-class J-horror from fifteen years ago.
The Lullaby falls short of being a solid horror film due to its dull setting, convoluted story, and some unnecessary twists.
The Lullaby is a movie made up of disparate, but effective moments of cringe-worthy scenes filled with gore and the occasional story point...I was entertained with The Lullaby, no question. I just think that the storyline could have used more polish.
There's no emotional punch to The Lullaby, just a dulling gloominess.
Steeped in horror tradition and drenched in the red stuff, The Lullaby is a fiendishly nasty bit of babysitting well worth staying in for.
South African psychological horror film with enough creepiness to satisfy fans of the genre.
A promising premise ineptly botched in execution.
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