The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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What Jolly LLB 2 essentially shows is how the marriage of opposites-the mainstream dramatic tropes and a realistic tapestry-can be the formula to go for, for Bollywood.
It is the fine display of histrionics by all these refined actors which makes the movie worth seeing.
While it's not as well conceived as the first film, Jolly LLB 2 benefits from the powerhouse performances of Akshay Kumar and Annu Kapoor. The actors rise above the script and make this court room brawl a very satisfying experience.
The movie has been perfectly cast. It's the pacing that's a let down.
The verdict, in this case, isn't in Jolly's favour.
The film is well made, despite the writing and directing flaws and is jolly good for the most part.
LLB 2 is brilliant as long as it stays out of the courtroom. Inside, it becomes implausible, too full of melodrama and too low on logic, even for a satire.
Despite its... attempts to create a convincing portrait of the workings of the Indian legal system, Jolly LLB 2 is frequently guilty of dramatic overreach.
Overlook some of the minor flaws and you have a 140-minute solid entertainer on your hands.
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