The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A considerably better second installment than one usually encounters.
As a satire of a sitcom that wasn't funny, it's often at its funniest when it's purposely stale.
I didn't laugh much during A Very Brady Sequel, but I did smile a lot.
No incarnation of the Brady Bunch, no matter how cleverly satirized, can use up an hour and a half's screen time without making the audience feel like they've overdosed.
A Very Brady Sequel isn't great, but it's enjoyable.
Still delivers diverting comic fluff for the bland clan's fans.
Second far-out spoof is just as neat-o and fun.
The sequel sniggers more but strains less...
Fun while I watched, but twice is enough.
As big a surprise as the first flick was. The self-mocking tone helps a lot.
Breezy fun, but probably only a safe moviegoing bet for camp connoisseurs, Brady maniacs, and fans of the first film.
Better than the original. Pushes the satire even further by satirizing its own satire.
A Very Stinky Sequel to A Very Crappy Original.
Lol, how can you not love these cheesy movies, as horrible as they are, Gary Cole brings it.
This sequel to "The Brady Bunch Movie" continues the funny contrasting of the 70's family with modern life, but goes one further by introducing a scammer (Tim Matheson), who tries to take advantage of the family's good will by claiming he is the long-lost husband of Mrs. Brady (Shelley Long), in order to swipe the family's hidden treasure. There are many more tributes to classic Brady Bunch TV episodes, with unexpected twists thrown in. There's the great sub-plots of Greg and Marsh being attracted to each other, and of Jan and her imaginary boyfriend. It's a funny little movie, which has the family going to Hawaii and finding a Tikki-Idol, just like on TV. Very funny once again.
Funnier than the first.
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