The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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There's a good movie lurking in here somewhere.
A solid sci-fi story with a welcome emotional component, yet never fully effective at either.
Conal Byrne does a decent job of carrying all of the various parts, but his performance does not give nuance to each person as an individual character.
Zero is worth seeing, even if it can be occasionally frustrating in execution.
Finally a sci-fi/thriller that makes you think - and has a logical conclusion.
Thematically ambitious cloning drama wants to explore the personal ramifications of a new technology but falls down where it needs to be strongest: its emotional tenor ranges from inexplicable to implausible.
The best scenes come early, well before the explanatory extravaganza that the movie turns into down the stretch.
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