The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A giddy romantic comedy with star power, wanderlust, and a charming can-do, why-not-the-kitchen-sink spirit.
The nonsensical plot that follows somehow culminates, in singular Bollywood fashion, with a climactic dance-off.
Flirtatious repartee between glamorous stars in travel-poster international locations; a gratifyingly simple plot with puzzles and sleight-of-hand surprises; and, at regular intervals, outbursts of gaudy, energetic dancing infectiously exploding.
It's bolly-fluff, fitfully funny in places but it is time to deport this NRI escapism back to Bollywood.
This one might just end up as the great summer let-down.
Only about 10 minutes of this 14-reeler add up to entertainment -- and that is the splashy, kitschy title dance number rambunctiously choreographed by Vaibhavi Merchant.
The best thing about Jhoom is Delhi thespian Piyush Mishra as Abhishek's sidekick. He effortlessly chews up everything and everyone when on screen. If you want to go for Jhoom watch it only for him.
The deliriously exhilarating twenty-minute dance climax plays like an open dare to the audience to not jhoom, barabar, jhoom--and only the most severe of grumps won't succumb to the spell of the siren song.
Now that's entertainment.
It would be a spoiler to describe the specific complications those crazy kids get into, but it's a ball.
Jhoom is an empty, frivolous and thoroughly calculating bit of fluff; it's also ridiculously enjoyable.
While the humour is at times contrived, the curiosity factor and the slick style keeps you engaged.
Great movie. Amitabh Bachchan and Preity Zinta are great in this movie. Intriguing story plot that centralizes around a fascinating love story theme, a chance meeting like none other, that one would see a very slight resemblance to "Before Sunrise." Chance Encounters. Abhishek Bachchan guest appears in this comedic/romantic movie. An interesting movie, great music.
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