The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Much like the rusty jalopy in which the characters make their journey, Finding Fanny delivers a very bumpy ride.
Dimple Kapadia's prosthetic butt is emblematic of Homi Adajania's botched comedy, "Finding Fanny."
Some of the jokes and sharp dialogues were lost in translation and that's a tragedy. But don't let that dissuade you from watching Finding Fanny.
The performances are superb and everyone plays their parts well.
More than anything else, this film has managed to package human emotions and philosophies in way seldom seen happening in Bollywood.
A deliciously quirky tale that can best be described as a Goan Little Miss Sunshine.
Occasionally pleasurable, but not entirely memorable.
Thanks to some superlative acting, you forget how thin the plot is and immerse yourself in the lives of the characters.
Finding Fanny sails on the fresh breeze of Deepika's smooth performance.
This is a beautifully shot film, in which nearly every frame is saturated with sunlight.
Witty, irreverent, sweet and real.
Dark, whimsical, witty and irreverent, Finding Fanny reminds us that when we love, we risk being hurt, but the possibility of finding a love that lasts forever, makes it all worth it.
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