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Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Ultimately, this is yet another superficial style over substance journey which may alienate even fans of star-driven Bollywood vehicles.
What most interests the creators of Race 2? Action-figure posturing.
"Race 2," directed by Abbas-Mastan, has little to offer besides its loving gaze at wealth and flesh.
Another blockbuster that one can sit through and smile at the cheesiness provided you've left your brains at home.
Mediocre as it may be, this one was quite a relief after a terrible experience with some well-received Mexican film. Okay, gotta get over it.
Although some of the significant revelations, the biggest being about the motive, towards the end are quite a let down, the rest of the movie is entertaining enough. Not nail-biting, but a thriller well served. I liked how it didn't beat aroung the bush, and got to the point. No songs to bother every now & then, and a car-chasing scene that's strictly cut to the chase. Of course, I'd to use the forward button for that, but that's fine by me. The movie would have been better off without including lighter moments, though. To accomplish the mission, Sameera is replaced by Amisha here to play the nut, and she's more than natural for it. Anil Kapoor is fine, though, and so is the rest of the cast. The movie ends leaving a scope open for the 3rd Race, but I wonder whether they'll go for it ever.
The relief may have played a major role in my rating. And for those who dare to see this Race, be prepared to not be bothered by goofs.
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