"This may not ascend to the highs of Bohemian Rhapsody. It deserves to, though. We don't have a martyr here. We have a survivor who moved past the stage of needing love from those who'd never give it to him. What he finds is a way to be his own friend. From there, he woke up to the world and embraced it. As he let it embrace him."
There is no dip in quality or effort in this film. If you enjoyed the first one and can willingly suspend disbelief when it comes to characters that come and go, you should have no problems here. Vaughn's sense of humor, understanding of visual flair and development of character is still on point here.
Gnomeo and Juliet - 2011 Directed by Kell Asbury Featuring the voices of James McAvoy, Emily Blunt, Michael Caine, Jason Statham, Ozzy Osborne, Maggie Smith, Patrick Stewart, Ashley Jensen, Julie Walters, Richard Wilson Written by John R. Smith, Richard Sprackling Now for the something I never wanted to see category: a film about Gnomes with … Continue reading Gnomeo and Juliet: For those of you who want to introduce your kids to Shakespeare through old Elton John songs