The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Admittedly uneven but easy to like, What Men Want proves a gender-swapped remake can work -- and the odds are substantially improved with Taraji P. Henson in the lead.
The movie doesn't seem to be playing near you.
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Henson brings a charge of energy to every scene and there are some funny moments.
Taraji really invests in this film, just puts up a lot of energy for it, and it's worth watching.
It's the kind of picture in which half the cast seem to have come equipped with their own stand-up comedy routines and are determined to deliver them no matter what anyone else is doing.
Henson brings strength, radiance, precision, and presence to the gags and playful situations and to the drama, however mild it is; she lends the movie's artifices a surprising illusion of substance.
Shankman was free to be creative and even a tiny bit profound. But instead of smarts, we get farts.
Henson is a gifted actress and physical comedian. She manages to hold together "What Men Want" with the sheer force of her powerful charisma, but the film around her is harried, messy and woefully underwritten.
The outtakes are funnier than what's in the film.
Derivative, and maybe with too many basketball references for us, but well acted and good fun.
Adam Shankman's movie isn't as defiantly feminist as it might have been...This might disappoint some observers, but I'd have settled for the film being passably funny, which it sure isn't.
The humour is raunchy slapstick that never feels clever and is rarely funny. It feels like a waste of an idea, especially in a climate when it could have been much more.
What begins as a standard gross-out affair (with a prosthetic #MeToo limb clumsily grafted to the body) ends in a treacly, glib, made-for-TV wasteland.
It's a watchable rom-com that gives you exactly what you want, and it didn't even need to read your mind to get it.
More crude crap passing as comedy.
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