The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A comedy in everything except actually being funny.
Set to a series of fairly naff jokes that limp, like one of its has-been wrestlers, at most towards a mild chuckle born mainly out of goodwill for a distractingly odd cast.
Unfortunately, the execution is so poor and the comedy so weak, it won't succeed.
So inept is Dan Cadan's film, you end up rooting for the bulldozers.
Such ridiculousness should be funny, but it's not, possibly because the world it's lampooning was so laughable in the first place. Best entertainment in the world? This isn't even the best entertainment in Marsden.
Just when it seemed like we were done with knock-offs of The Full Monty, along comes Walk Like a Panther to pound the crumbling bones of its already decomposed corpse into dust.
It is all so relentlessly toe-curling that at the end I found myself walking out of the cinema like Mr Tumnus, gingerly picking his way through the Narnian snowpack.
Walk Like a Panther is The Full Monty meets pro wrestling, but this time with leotards, '80s bangers, and a script that's not hot stuff.
Walk Like a Panther is another in the increasingly long list of films about likeable British underdogs, fighting back against the odds to save their communities.
There is little chance to explore the poignancy of the situation or find any real heart in the shenanigans, as it strictly adheres to a cheer-the-underdog formula.
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