The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Ultimately, these feral dogs pose no danger that couldn't be solved by staying inside, boarding the windows and barricading the doors. It's not a bad approach to the film itself.
We learn nothing much about the family members except that outsmarting dogs doesn't seem to be their forte. Also not a forte of anyone involved in this project: originality in picking a name.
"The Pack" won't make anyone forget "Jaws" - or even "Cujo."
It's an effective thriller that sets out to scare the living daylights out of even the most skeptical viewer and delivers in spades.
Given how silly most of the films in the "killer dog" canon are, this one feels like a breath of fresh air.
The Pack is pretty terrific.
The attractiveness of the package and the steady pace at which it doles out the action more than make up for the character shortcomings in one of the best animals-run-amok horror movies in recent memory.
Despite the interesting openings the film punctures in its formula, the detours from the expected course of events are short and return us firmly to known genre territory.
It's nearly impossible to find any redeeming quality in this ridiculous movie that never manages to be tense and is centered on a family of complete idiots (who we couldn't give a damn about) as they get surrounded by a pack of dogs that are far more intelligent than they are.
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