‘Lego Movie 2’ and its powerful message about xenophobia and diversity

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Chris Pratt and Tiffany Haddish pose during a photocall to promote the forthcoming film 'Lego Movie 2' in London, Britain February 1st, 2019. Photo credit: Hannah McKay/Reuters

Our critics review “Cold Pursuit,” starring Liam Neeson as a snowplow driver who wants revenge against drug dealers he thinks killed his son; “Under the Eiffel Tower,” about a man who gets rejected by his best friend’s daughter; “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part,” an animated movie with a star studded cast, including Chris Pratt, Channing Tatum and Margot Robbie; Netflix’s “High Flying Bird,” directed by Steven Soderbergh and filmed entirely on a smartphone.


Katie Walsh - reviews films for the Tribune News Service and the Los Angeles Times - @katiewalshstx, April Wolfe - film critic and co-host of the new podcast “Switchblade Sisters." - @AWolfeful

Madeleine Brand

Sarah Sweeney, Michell Eloy, Amy Ta, Christian Bordal, Yael Even Or, Alexandra Sif Tryggvadottir, Caitlin Plummer