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Easy to watch, easy to enjoy and easy to leave with one's preconceptions wholly unchallenged.
Both exasperating and endearing in the title role, Rao again shows he is a chameleon actor whose gift for poker-faced comedy revs up the figure of a rigid young civil servant.
Newton's fight against the system was searing and memorable.
Despite its cynical viewpoint on the state of politics in India, Newton is primarily a goofy comedy which never really rises above the level of 'amusing'.
Newtown succeeds because of the powerful emotional story it tells; while it is incredibly gut-wrenching, it leaves viewers with a message of hope and unity, and a vital call to action.
It is clear that Masurkar is the real deal.
Funny, relevant and deeply gratifying, Newton is a veritable modern classic.
Newton is one of the finest political satires we have seen in the last couple of years.
For those of us who are election junkies, Newton is a welcome peek into the fascinating world of an Indian general election and the processes and ideologies that govern it. But even if you don't care about elections, Newton works on so many other levels.
The quietly devastating power of Newton is that the sense of universality embedded in its narrative forces the viewer to question political representation, true representation, in their own country.
Understanding Newton as a person, not just a symbol of unyielding principles, makes both the amusing and terse altercations all the more effective, particularly as the story's path and message become increasingly obvious.
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