The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Loaded with enough attitude, Bollywood starpower and buff bodies to stop a speeding train.
A movie meal as satisfying as this one can make you feel that nothing else matters.
The pleasure principle is palpable in the giddy, slick Dhoom 2, a satisfying example of the new, thoroughly modern Bollywood.
This is cops and robbers for grown ups.
A vacuous but entertaining genre-hopper.
Healthy diet is a must. But sometimes you can't help craving for junk food. Dhoom 2 is like masala street grub, tangy and savoury.
The lip-gloss camerawork, the editing chops, the imaginative sets, the branded costumes and the picture postcard locations are boss.
Dhoom 2 brings to Bollywood its first full blown action flick where the adrenalin just keeps pumping and jumping and the daredevilry almost outstrips Hollywoodian heights.
With all the beautiful people dancing up a storm to catchy beats, making big things go boom, and looking effortlessly cool while doing it all, this is pure popcorn escapist entertainment of the most guiltily irresistible order.
Dhoom 2 makes no lasting contributions to world cinema, but if two-and-a-half hours of disposable entertainment are all you're after, you could do far worse.
It's a case of style over content for this shallow follow up.
Dhoom 2 [Dance Break] isn't [Slo-Mo shot while wearing sunglasses] great [crash zoom] but it [Slo-Motion Dance Break] sure [Dance [Dance Break] Break] is [Still-frame hallucination sequence] fun. [Dance Break].
For movies like this flixster should introduce a system with negative ratings.
An interesting follow-up that centralizes on Jai and Ali (whose now a cop). The two are helping fellow cop, Shonali Bose, to catch the infamous thief, Mr. A. With the help of Sunehri, they follow Mr. A to Rio de Janeiro in hopes that they would catch him in the act. Little do Jai and Ali know, Sunehri and Aryan (renown Mr. A) fall in love and she is caught between choosing an old way of life or staying out of jail.
Great cast- Hrithik Roshan, Aishwarya Rai, Abhishek Bachchan, Uday Chopra, Bipasha Basu, and Rimi Sen. Worthy!
See I have problems with new Indian Movies. I rather stuck on the old ones between Black and whites till mid 90`s "Bollywood" stuff. I took a tiny bit look on this one and thought christ this is a Copy.
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