Mary Poppins Returns
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It's hard to take the singing and dancing rebels seriously.
Substituting the usual Bollywood song-and-dance with pumped-up bullet ballet, this lengthy but propulsive pic puts a contempo political spin on a classic police-meller formula.
A muscular tone and non-stop action draw us into this Bollywood thriller, which then surprises us as it explores some complex themes about ethics and loyalty.
Not without a few perverse, unintentional charms, but only recommendable to the most morbidly curious of viewers.
Yet another Prakash Jha film trying to throw some light on one of the major national concerns. But the story used for the cause is way too clichéd and worn out. It'd have worked out big time all the same had the casting included some big names/stars. While it succeeded to receive positive reviews from most critics, it didn't fare so well at B.O. (compared to Aarakshan, Raajneeti, Gangajal, etc.). The performances are alright, but the dialogues lack punch. Besides, Abhay's voice sounds funny even during serious scenes. All said and done, the movie is tolerable enough (extremely lame ending being overlooked for the way the movie proceeded, I wasn't expecting wonders).
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