The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It is redeemed by an accomplished performance from the talented handsome male-lead and by songs which rock.
Rockstar is that rare popular film that captures the precise moment when music draws a man into the realm of the divine.
Clever editing renders the disjointed narrative through flashbacks to reflect the hero's chaotic upheavals.
A simple story, beautifully enacted, perfectly crafted, there is not much to fault in this film. Exemplary cinema by any standards.
When I first heard that Rockstar is going to have 14 songs in it, I was skeptic about it. As it turns out, the songs are the best and worst thing about the film. Worst because the 14 songs are splattered all over a lame story ending up in a disjointed narrative which makes it even more lame. Editing is a mess. The editor must be totally clueless about the director's vision. The film keeps on referring to Jim Morrison and the story idea of a troubled singer might be inspired from him. But I really doubt if Jim's music had anything to do with such a bland love story. This is typical Bollywood fare just trying too hard to be epic. And God, don't I love those songs..
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