The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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As a spoof of the 1970s Bollywood, Farah Khan's Om Shanti Om is well-conceived and executed. As a story about reincarnation, it disappoints.
The team of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan and A-list-choreographer-turned-director Farah Khan have pushed the Main Hoon Na gentle masala movie parody to repetitive extremes.
Has a wow factor unequalled by any Hindi film in memory.
Are we complaining? Not really, because the film's meant to be mad, mindless and zany. And we are meant to be happy, headless and nostalgic.
Of the cast, Arjun Rampal is consistently first-rate as the suave villain. And Deepika Padukone is fantastic, so surprisingly assured that you marvel at her poised debut.
The film lacks creativity in the second half, failing to bring its reincarnation tale to a satisfactory conclusion.
It's entertaining in the way that a good musical comedy, whether it's Singing in the Rain, or Hairspray, is entertaining. Full of color, energy, and unpretentious confidence.
At almost three hours long the film drags a bit, but you'll have more fun at Om Shanti Om than most of the Hollywood movies released today. Watching it, you can't help but smile.
The second half finds the audience inhaling the fumes of a rocket with more fizz than fury.
With themes of loss and grief delicately handled, this makes for charming viewing.
As visually dazzling and colourful as an explosion in a Crayola factory.
Om Shanti Om reaches exuberant musical highs that outshine the melodrama surrounding the set pieces.
Not as good as I'd expected from Farah Khan, having liked her debut film as a director "Main Hoon Na" very much. Yet, not an absolute crap.
Fantastic movie!! Great story plot. Shahrukh Khan gives a stellar performance in this movie about unrequited love and reincarnation. Amazing music, especially with a musical sequence that involves an array of fellow Bollywood actors and actresses! Great movie by Farah Khan. Absolutely love this movie!! Gotta see.
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