The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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There's precious little charm or magic in this English-dubbed, German-produced fairy-tale mash-up.
Elements from "Snow White," "Sleeping Beauty," "Tangled," "Frozen," "Happy Feet" and "Shrek" have been ineptly stitched together into a leaden film that children will enjoy about as much as lumps in their oatmeal.
The Seventh Dwarf's female characters are deplorably retrograde on both the script and design levels; they have little to do except be rescued, and Snow White is a vain, buxom sexpot whom the dwarfs leer at.
The script balances kiddie-friendly winsomeness and knowing winks for grownups, and is more tightly constructed than you'd expect, with even fleeting throwaway gags delivering plot payoffs later on.
This mashup of references is unoriginal. [Full review in Spanish]
Musical fairy tale has familiar story but is fine for kids.
The animation quality equals that of the 1990s CGI TV series "ReBoot," which was great...for the 1990s.
A mediocre animated riff on the Sleeping Beauty, not Snow White, tale. A time-killer for bored 5-year olds, nothing more.
There are innumerable preferable ways to kill some time without having to endure some of the most determinedly ugly computer animation I have seen in years.
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