The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Afflicted with extensive re-editing and re-writing, this sex comedy feels confusingly choppy. Also, the main characters are so wealthy and privileged that it's difficult to feel sympathy for their problems.
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An antediluvian portrayal of male midlife crisis, reducing any imaginable extramarital complication to a crass matter of gender warfare.
Nothing [the couples] can say or do can make me care whether they stay together or split up or turn gay.
The whole thing is too big, too loud, too expensive and has too much Diane Keaton.
Town & Country is no Ishtar, but it's no Shampoo either.
Bland, disjointed and becomes increasingly bizarre as the film progresses.
The movie's not bad enough to be world-ending, merely clumsy enough to make the offending studio exec clean out his desk.
I felt sorry for Mr. Heston.
Here is such a colossally bad film that there is little wonder in how it failed so catastrophically in the public eye.
Enjoyable but ultimately mystifying.
Por que deveríamos nos interessar por estes ricaços fúteis e seus ridículos problemas amorosos?
Some scenes are all wind-up and no pitch, but Town & Country and its perfect cast often meander into hilarious insights on the frailty of love.
...guess what? It really does suck.
I thought this movie was fun. It's about two couples who through several years of marriage find themselves in crisis because the men are unfaithful to their wives. This movie wasn't great but it wasn't bad either. Fun to watch though.
Cast: Warren Beatty, Diane Keaton, Goldie Hawn, Nastassja Kinski, Garry Shandling, Andie MacDowell, Jenna Elfman, Marc Casabani, Josh Hartnett, Buck Henry, Charlton Heston, Marian Seldes, Katharine Towne, Tricia Vessey
Director: Peter Chelsom
Summary: Porter Stoddard (Warren Beatty) finds himself knee-deep in trouble when he cheats on his wife (Diane Keaton) with the gorgeous Alex (Nastassja Kinski). And his best friend (Garry Shandling) is no help; he's cheating on his wife (Goldie Hawn) with another man! Together, the philandering pair heads to Idaho to escape their troubles -- but midlife malaise and new temptations might just derail the duo.
My Thoughts: "I wanted to see a fun and funny movie, and it's exactly what I got with this film. I laughed throughout the film. It is by far not the best comedy or the best work these actor's have done. The script is all over the place. BUT, it is what I was looking for in a film tonight. Lots of great off-beat characters. Especially the Claybourne family. Hysterical! It's just what I wanted, to turn off the brain and relax and just enjoy a laugh. Definitely a comedy I wouldn't mind seeing again."
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