The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The American remake of the popular French comedy mostly works a charm under the combined talents of the three leads, who play nicely against type -- although forced plot elements and sentimentality at times dampen the fun.
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The film works well despite its predictability, perhaps because of it.
It has the likability of the first movie. The people who made it have carried over much of the original's weightless, sweet-tempered flavor.
As a sometime actor, Nimoy understands how to get good performances from the members of his cast.
It would be a better movie if everyone involved had concentrated on making the behavior of the three heroes more believable.
Film is a good showcase for the comic abilities of this threesome, all of whom seem to have their one-liner timing down pat.
It is shamelessly sentimental, and could well send the hardboiled home to kick the cat.
The three lead performances, Selleck's especially, are wonderfully self-effacing.
It's thoroughly enjoyable family fare.
For a better time, however, rent Serreau`s original film at the video store.
The leads acquit themselves fairly well, but the biggest winner is Selleck, whose low-key charm and gift for light comedy are put to good use here.
Still charming and watchable. The three leads show their comedy potential.
Coasts on the charisma of its three stars.
Some forced elements to give a action form to the remake together with an unnecessary silliness, Leonard Nimoy's comedy have a likable stars, sweet and interesting scenes.
A silly movie, a little stupid at times, but it's got a good cast and it's pretty funny most of the time too. Overall, it's okay.
A warm gentle comedy about three bachelors trying to raise a baby - a situation that naturally promises a lot of funny scenarios.
A timeless classic.
That is not a ghost.
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