The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Although Sensharma seems confident behind the camera, she directs her cast of name actors at too high a pitch. It becomes exhausting to watch their near-manic singing, dancing, and playing games.
Perhaps the best compliment I can afford is this: A Death In The Gunj is a film that Konkona, the actor, would have chosen in a heartbeat.
This film will seep into your skin. Hours later, I was thinking about Shutu and his scars, including the ones he leaves behind.
Special word then for Vikrant Massey, the beautiful boy who lays bare the innocence, sensitivity, vulnerability and torment of Shutu with such fluidity that it's hard to imagine any other actor owning the role.
A Death in the Gunj is a fine character study underpinned by a thorough understanding of group dynamics, and as such manages to be both specifically Indian and universal.
A Death In The Gunj will make you drop your jaw several times, except for the one time you'd really want it to: the climax.
A Death in the Gunj is wonderfully observed, stunningly shot and thanks to Massey's breakout performance, a must-watch in theatres.
A Death In The Gunj totally relies on acting skills of a stellar cast.
While the characters from A Death in the Gunj don't stay with you, the melancholy and mood linger on.
Sen Sharma makes a marvellous debut as a powerful storyteller, resulting in one of the best films you will see this year.
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