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"The LEGO Movie" is a hard act to follow.I'm pleased to report that "The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part" is pretty darn good, but also you can't help shake the feeling that it's just never going to live up to the exciting newness of the first.You'll definitely want to stay for the credits song, which oddly enough, is one of the best parts of the movie despite not really being part of the movie.With a new director at the helm in Mike Mitchell ("Trolls," "Sky High") you sense sometimes that the film is just going through the motions.Left behind, Emmet goes off to rescue them and teams up with a new character, Rex Dangervest, who is also voiced by Pratt, in a very self-aware riff on his own movie stardom.The film does start to drag on just a big, and even feel rather similar to "Toy Story 3" at times.
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