The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Transition from the easygoing, linear Part I to the more dramatic, plot-heavy Part II -- a standard Bollywood structure -- is pretty much seamless, thanks to the strong three leads.
A considerable improvement over his trivial debut, Saathiya, Shaad Ali Sahgal's vibrant, rollicking and often absurd film is first-rate mindless entertainment.
Shaad Ali directs his second venture with tremendous surety and elan. Abhishek is perfect as Bunty-naughty, twisted yet unspoilt at heart.
This enjoyable comedic romp features all the elements that Bollywood is famous for.
Bollywood has a reputation for churning out candyfloss films, and this rollicking romantic caper indeed proves that that doesn't necessarily have to be a bad thing.
Here is a hilarious movie that follows a pair of devious misfits that are out for the ultimate goal: success! Rakesh and Vimmi are looking for life beyond their small town, and they hope that their parents would be able to understand their needs. Rakesh despises a bland ticket counter job that his own father occupies, and searches for a quick money scheme that will land him instant success. Vimmi is opposed to marriage with a stranger, and dreams of becoming a supermodel. The two decide to leave home in search of those dreams, but reality gives them a rude awakening. As their dreams fall short, they are ready to accept defeat. Then, the two meet in a train station and decide to give success another shot. As this also fails, the two embark on a crazy, cunning adventure of ?cleaning? and ?scheming? to get money. One escapade right after another, the two begin to fall in love and are set with a vast decision that will lead them to accept that this quick-money plan will end soon. As a lonely policeman follows their trails, the two are running out of places to run and hide. Great cast- Abhishek Bachchan, Rani Mukherjee, and Amitabh Bachchan. Great performance by Aishwarya Rai. Filled with tons of laughter! Definitely worthy!
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