The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Mulk has a good story and a gripping narrative, embellished by flawless and intense performances by great actors.
I came out of Sinha's film admittedly humbled, and of the belief that verdicts are best delivered after the closing statements.
In commonsensical moments, Mulk is at its most clear-eyed about what is at stake...Mulk asks the questions about ad hominem attacks on Muslims that need asking.
The honesty in their performances manifest on screen. Mulk does have its flaws, but you cannot fault the intention.
This film takes an important step in defining terrorism and underlining the differences between a suspect and a criminal. It succeeds in intent and purpose, but sadly fails when it comes to storytelling.
Taapsee is growing as an actor with each film and is a delight to watch as a bahu.
Shot in the bylanes of small town India, the film captures the milieu it is set in aptly...Mulk focusses on some hard-hitting and burning issues, while also highlighting the crucial role that the media and various other channels of information play.
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