The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Performances are uniformly impressive, with Khan proving again that he is the finest actor of his generation.
This thoroughly engrossing, highly anticipated pic boasts assured direction by sophomore helmer Reema Kagti, a well-constructed script by Kagti and... Zoya Akhtar, and strong thesping by familiar Bollywood luminaries.
The film grabs on tight and doesn't let go.
Ultimately the movie's many strands come together for a final twist, but it's too little too late for this regrettably mediocre Bollywood import.
Kapoor naturally exudes a kittenish charm that not even a violet, skintight, leopard-print dress and equally purple dialogue can entirely diminish.
It's very much a Hindi film, but updated and delivered with conviction and style.
Talaash presents a high standard for the best of what India can do.
The film hooks you from first shot onwards and refuses to let go. The suspense is maintained throughout. There are enough red herrings to keep a convention of Agatha Christie fans happy.
Talaash is two different films rolled into one... While the latter is a very affecting and compelling track, the former leaves one very dissatisfied.
The great pleasure of the film is watching how Reema Kagti and co-writer Zoya Akhtar slowly pull the many strands of the action together.
[Aamir Khan] manages to tear up the screen every time he appears on it.
This is a film that is as unexpected as it is unforgettable.
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