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Against all reason-against all common sense-'2.0' works, and in a big, big way.
The visual effects encourage the audience to generously overlook the gaps in the screenplay and simply sit back and enjoy the show. It's totally worth it.
2.0's biggest draw is its impressive use of visual effects, and the film doesn't waste a moment to showcase its budget.
2.0 is a very clever spectacle not to be missed for its sheer audacity and scale.
2.0 might be a cool title...but it is also a cool rating.
Just in case you've missed the point of this film, Dr. Vaseegaran spells it out again. Like everything else, it's a tiring overdose. But you need to see the film to see what ambition and imagination and the confluence of talented artists can create.
In 2.0, Shankar's ability to marry visual effects with populist melodrama serves him well in some of the sequences, even though the larger message is confused and the screenplay is too sluggish for an action spectacle.
This film certainly has the look and feel of a big-ticket Hollywood production, and that alone is worth the price of the ticket.
That's the good thing about Shankar. He keeps throwing things at you. Now, if he'd only get a good writer to shape all these things into a solid script, it would make all the difference between 2.oho and 2.uh-oh!
Shankar's influences may have been Western but he remains quintessentially Indian. His films may dazzle you through SFX but remain quite humane at heart.
The film is rather linear, with an easy-to-identify and easy-to-extinguish problem, but coasts nicely on Rajini's charm.
While the movie certainly looks world-class, the writing doesn't always live up to the expectations. It's Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar's star power that really saves the day for this magnum opus.
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