The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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One of George Cukor's last (and least impressive) pictures, this version of Graham Greene's eccentric comedy is thematically similar to Auntie Mame but suffers from Maggie Smith's overly stylized turn and lack of rapport with Alec McCowen as her nephew.
Dampened by a hammy over-theatrical performance by Maggie Smith, too much useless gab and too many contrived plot turns.
Agressive whimsey eventually wears out its welcome.
Maggie Smith is grand in the multi-level role of Aunt Augusta -- posturing, leaning and croaking as the ancient lady, breathless and wide eyed as the girl suddenly introduced to romance.
Maggie Smith is a delight but this type of tale seems most appropriate for children to watch on a Disney afternoon while the parents nap.
Maggie Smith shines as the larger than life Aunt.
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