The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This represents everything that is laughable about masala Bollywood movies and glorifies rampant 'macho' behaviour in sexist modern Indian society.
Mostly likable thanks to its creators' preference for lighthearted mugging over self-serious teeth-gnashing.
The framing is boring, the lighting is boring, the costumes are, for the most part, boring.
On the face of it, this is another one of those films that requires you to suspend all belief and watch it for Salman Khan. On another level, this is a film that angered me no end.
Dabanng 2 is Salman's show all the way.
For Salman Khan fans, it's manna from heaven... Those who like a coherent narrative and dramatic arc, though, won't enjoy the ride so much.
Arbaaz, the director, keeps it moving, and that's wise. Because this is not the kind of film which should give you any time to think. Or blink. And then comes the second half, and things start sliding.
The cliches work because of the phenomenon called Salman Khan.
Dabangg 2 was supposed to be an absurd, raunchy masala movie, and it is, but not a good one.
The ultimate boss battle rivals anything you might have seen in Zack Snyder's similarly ludicrous 300, and the stage is set for yet more ridiculous Pandey adventures further down the line.
It's a testosterone-fuelled Salman Khan fest with no meaningful plot, as the story is hinged on a sequence of contrived confrontations with the bad guys, that serve to demonstrate his worthiness for hero-worship.
Just another action drama with bits of comedy forced in that wasn't funny enough. Not the worst of its year, but it wouldn't have gained as much box-office success had it not starred Salman Khan. Kudos to Salman Khan fans for turning a mediocre into a mega hit. Check it out for yourself (apparently, at your own risk) & see if his performance is outstanding enough to make you his fan. On a side-note (not to defend anyone), the script itself is so mediocre that there's hardly any scope for outstanding performance by anyone. It seems that the character formation is not given enough consideration. 1/5 would suffice.
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