The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A riot of color and confusion stitched around a flimsy plot, director Jeremy Wooding's debut gets off to a vibrant start and offers intermittent charm, but runs out of steam fast.
Quaint shots of the capital and the countryside suggest this is designed for overseas Anglophiles; and the generally ropey lighting, flimsy characterisation and so-so song-and-dance can't be excused by 'low budget charm'.
The story is pretty daft -- but unlike similar British films, the implausibilities are offset by entertaining and ambitious dance numbers, exuberantly combining English and Hindi.
Full of fun but with a deft touch of drama, Bollywood Queen achieves exactly what the filmmakers intend, and should be a terrific date movie.
In his debut feature, James Wooding has combined a troubled romance with shades of mysticism and the kitschy, over-the-top glamour of a Bollywood musical to come up with a pleasantly original mix.
It's great to see a British film with such a surfeit of vibrancy and life, and a complete disregard for all the unambitious conventions that have come to plague recent home-grown cinema.
More than a little clunky, and too silly and sweet to be much more than frivolous fun.
The world does not need another Romeo and Juliet adaptation, and the bollywood style of singing and dancing is not for me. However, James McAvoy is always a treat.
A great film!
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