The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Tony n' Tina's Wedding picks all the Queens-Long Island clichés, rolls them into a ball, and then throws what's probably more of a spare than a strike.
Plays out like a far too long (108 minutes) sketch featuring stereotypical characterizations and witless dialogue and situations.
The not-exactly-long-awaited movie version is here, trading in stereotypes just as ineptly as the original.
Paradiso mistakes noise for comedy and bossy attitudes for satire.
This is unforced, gradually unhinged, always-entertaining hilarity involving one of the most unconventional wedding receptions ever to be put on film.
Nothing more than a white minstrel show and one is forced to wonder why this particular community is not out protesting it in force.
It's all mean-spirited, foulmouthed sniping about oversexed tramps, philandering horndogs and Italians with big mouths and no taste.
Setting the action wishfully in the hilarious year of 1988 for hair and fashion points, writer-director Roger Paradiso throws a pall of desperation and contempt over his throng of caricatures before they even leave the church.
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