The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Kohli's unsentimental direction results in a magical technically-polished universal crowd-pleaser which can rival any recent Disney fantasy.
As obvious as the film's uncredited sources are, it's a pleasant-enough diversion with a notable song score.
It's not too cloying for a movie about orphans, angels and cute pets; pray that Hollywood doesn't buy the remake rights.
A reasonably nice kiddie flick, but fails to reach out to adults. Essentially like a cartoon film, utterly simplistic in every aspect-characters, plot or narration.
A tearjerker-comedy family film that doesn't make you want to puke.
Bollywood writer-director filmmaker Kunal Kohli's spin on Mary Poppins is less cloying than its high proportion of cute orphans, adorable animals and fairy-dusted whimsy.
All of the acting is pretty high school drama class...That being obvious, there are some technical leaps that make for fun cinema.
Here's an interesting movie about a bachelor industrialist who must take in four orphaned children after accidentally killing their parents in a fatal car collision. He is ordered by the judge to raise the young children throughout the rest of their lives. He is to create a home and provide a new basis of family for the children. Great cast- Saif Ali Khan, Rani Mukherjee, and Rishi Kapoor. Definitely worthy.
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