The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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BKB is a greedy, crowded drama that isn't impulsive enough to do justice to each of its littler films. I won't be dwelling on it too much, though.
Bareilly Ki Barfi has enough flavour to keep you going. Director Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari keeps it frothy and light. I exited the theatre hoping that she'll give Pritam Vidrohi his own film.
While it takes time for Bareilly Ki Barfi to warm up to you, the crackling second half and the arrival of Rao signals for good things to come.
Bite into this barfi for sure; it is bound to lift your spirits.
It's the parents, along with a host of other characters around the lead protagnists, who inject life into BKB.
All-in-all, Bareilly Ki Barfi is a good second film from Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari and gives her a chance to prove her versatility. Watch the film for some good, clean fun.
[Bareilly] could have used some spicing up.
Most of the tactics used by the director fail to distract the audience from anticipating the climax, and when it starts we all know how it can end. Despite this, Bareilly Ki Barfi is sweet and delightful.
It promises a relentlessly eccentric and zany experience, but doesn't follow its screwball premise all the way through.
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