The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The film rarely allows its characters to pose, meander or play for effect - a refreshing change in an era full of screenplays that fall back on style and mood to overcompensate for its loopholes.
The new Ittefaq, despite making a marketing strategy out of a spoiler, just isn't thrilling enough.
Ittefaq is a solid modern whodunit. It looks as slick as any Hollywood production. Even with its mistakes, the crime mystery manages to impress with its logical and clinical writing.
You know how investigative officers are used as storytellers in such films. Here, Khanna plays that role with ease, finesse and poise. He binds the story together.
A 107-minute thriller without distracting songs and subplots that actually works? Yes, Bollywood can.
Director Abhay Chopra seems to have realised what many in Bollywood haven't - when it comes to thrillers and mysteries, it is best to keep it short. Bereft of item songs and irrelevant sub-plots, the film comes out looking good.
If patience is your asset, this unhurried suspense drama can be watched for Akshaye Khanna's crackling screen presence, acting prowess and sublime charm.
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