The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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The plot is simply an excuse for Khan to trash guys who harass girls, make a smoke bomb, help star-crossed lovers elope, breakdance and steal from the rich to help sick, poor children.
A star can lift a movie like "Kick," making its silliness sublime. That doesn't happen here.
Please don't try to understand a Salman Khan film. Simply, love it.
With such a great ensemble cast, this film had so much potential, but I walked away with a headache and left behind three hours of my life that I'll never get back.
Even if you're willing to ignore the logic-free story and buy heavily into the cult of Bhai, Kick is bumpy, and far too convoluted to deliver the joyride of a Dabangg.
In a particularly insightful line of dialogue Khan says, "I don't enter your mind, I enter your heart." Indeed.
The director makes sure he serves everything required to make a Salman Khan fan happy.
At times, the plot resembles the bus itself, wobbling madly until the next killer line. However, these are small quibbles in a fun film.
It's undeniably enjoyable and ends up taking a surprising turn towards tackling societal issues, even if this does feel slightly manipulative.
Disappointing. All the more considering that I'd very little expectations from it. 1.5/10.
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