The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This entertaining if overlong Bollywood thriller is more than a little reminiscent of The Untouchables.
It's made to high technical standards with plenty of stylish transitions and impressive location work, and its message just about makes it through all the songs and stylised drama intact.
Technical brilliance does not compensate for a poor screenplay which lacks that much-needed edge for a suspense thriller.
For all of the tough violence and rave-party gyrations, the moralistic tone and redemptive message of Dum Maaro Dum makes it a decidedly old-fashioned potboiler.
Rohan Sippy's earlier ventures had impressed me one way or another. Both had style and/or substance. So I was looking forward to this one (wasn't overtly desperate though). Unfortunately this one lacks both, style and substance. It'd have been okay had it entertained enough at the cost of logic.
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