The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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True to its title, this energetic Hong Kong comedy trades primarily in off-color gags, yet its tone, like that of John Waters's films, is so playful and inclusive that it's unlikely to offend anyone.
"Vulgaria" is certainly crude, but most of its amusing vulgarity is discreetly held off screen.
A broad, cartoonish -- and decidedly filthy -- satire of moviemaking is as sophomoric as they come.
The film boasts the spontaneity of a French New Wave romp, while including raunchy gags worthy of The Hangover and Clerks II.
The film's kinky energy eventually wanes, the pileup of profanities losing its initial zing.
Either the golden height of human imaginative endeavor or as profane and crazy as a meth-addicted stripper.
This scabrous behind-the-scenes commentary on the Hong Kong Category III sex comedy certainly lives up to its title - but amidst all the animal pussy-eating and candy-assisted cock-eating, there is also plenty of postmodern cake-eating.
Having spent much of his career filtering good humour through very bad taste, writer-director Pang Ho-cheung delivers arguably his naughtiest picture to date with a pitch-black comedy.
A transparent, bait-and-switch disappointment strictly for suckers.
A producer goes to bizarre lengths to complete a soft-core film in this coarse, exuberant Hong Kong comedy.
It fails to produce any humor - or even any skin.
Pang Ho-cheung can't help but humanize Vulgaria's characters, which is a kiss of death for what's meant to be a farce of escalating obscenity.
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