The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A high-spirited fantasy adventure.
Like the TV series, the pic features makeup and special-effects gimmickry that are far less persuasive than what might be found at second-rate theme-park attractions.
With minimalist and universal fantasies as their points of departure, the superheroic deeds evolve only incrementally beyond the realistic -- a deeply satisfying process.
Five-year-olds who have read their Shakespeare will recognize that Turbo is a lot of sound and fury signifying nothing.
A purgatory of low-budget interplanetary adventure.
Turbo is a solid follow-up to the entertaining 1995 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
Even for hardcore fans, "Turbo" is an abysmal action follow-up that takes the series in to a dead end that it had to claw out of for a long time.
Bland '90s Power Rangers film has lots of violence, peril.
Works a little better than the first Power Rangers movie but will not extend its appeal beyond the show's fan base.
The dialogue is atrocious, as are the wretched signature Morphin moves: Someone get these Rangers to a martial-arts school!
The formula is so unshakeable in its blandness that, within the context of the Rangers universe, the twists Turbo serves up can only be described as ingenious.
I liked the TV show, the original version that is, but this movie marked the turning point for the show. The point when it just got too stupid for its fans.
This is not exactly a sequel from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers - The Movie, because it doesn't follow the events that took place on the movie. This movie follows the rest of the series, it is set in the same universe with the same people, with the same sets, with the same suits, unlike the first movie in which everything was different. Personally I highly recommend this movie only and exclusively to Power Rangers' followers, not to the general audience.
It was entertaining when I first watched it.
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