The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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When you find yourself longing for the next appearance of a car, rather than the leading man, that's not a good sign.
This in-name-only Bollywood sequel delivers fast and furious action, spirited song and dance, but way too many narrative speed bumps.
I did not know the Race franchise had any dimension, let alone a third.
There's a strange kind of smug awfulness attached to this sequel.
A big disappointment has been D'Souza, who did not play to his strengths where he could, while Salman overplayed his.
Among the cast, only Anil Kapoor earns his pay cheque with some dignity.
This race has reached its finish line with this film.
The wafer-thin plot that skims through illegal arms and drug dealings feels like a joke. Even the allure of Khan going shirtless or watching catfights unfurl cannot save this inglorious mess.
Not that Race and Race 2 were classics, but Race 3 has taken things too far. Remo D'Souza's idea of a dysfunctional family is far more juvenile than Abbas-Mustan's.
For all its big moments, Race 3 just does not work up the feeling of suspense and intrigue that made the previous masala movies from the franchise a guilty pleasure.
In short, the film has something for everyone. An action film combined with family drama is the perfect Eid gift from Bhai to his fans worldwide.
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