The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This is an eye-filling and often stirring movie.
The numerous, unflinchingly filmed scenes of public and gang rape make this a visceral, if gruelling, experience, especially when juxtaposed with sprawling, beautifully photographed vistas of the Indian deserts and mountain ranges.
An astonishing, overpowering piece of rabble-rousing, consciousness-raising, epic-scale filmmaking.
An excellent examination of caste discrimination, human suffering, and the role of women in India's changing culture.
An exciting movie that brings Devi's story to life with passion but without passing judgment.
Devi is played by Seema Biswas as a fireball of unrelenting, white-hot fury -- a slap in the face to her country and its barbaric, outdated treatment of women.
A controversial film due to its provocative portrait of the legendary Indian female warrior; even its subject later repudiated it.
Lavishly directed as an historical biopic by Shekhar Kapur.
In comparison with most of the Indian cinema that breaks through to the Western mainstream, Bandit Queen stands out for its political attitude and willingness to take on Hollywood sensibilities in its storytelling.
Russell Brand is, for once, well cast in the role of vague, vain singer Aldous, who's also the object of obsession for a waiter and aspiring musician in the Hawaiian resort.
Seema Biswas' lock on our fascination and sympathies is unreleasable, making for a most powerful film from India.
Although the "Bandit Queen" is a film loaded with violence and hatred, it is also an affirmation of the durability of the human spirit.
Violent, disturbing and true. A hardcore docu-drama that doesn't pull any punches.
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