The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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Sudhir Mishra is one of those directors whose flicks generally work more with the critics than at the box-office. And his status remains the same with me as with the box-office till date. His latest outing "Yeh Saali Zindagi" tells stories of several characters finally mingling at one point. He presents it in the form of a romantic thriller. While I appreciate the effort of the director to make it a complex product, I guess he shouldn't have cared so much for the audience. But maybe then it wouldn't have been as compelling as it is. In the beginning, I was a bit pissed off at the introduction of a new character at almost every 10 minutes (Irrfan's character remains at the center of the plot and he happens to be the one to introduce us to most of the rest of the characters; it's told in a flash-back from his perspective), I got used to it by the time the movie ended having realized that I'd no option if I want to watch the movie!! All that aside, it worked as a first class time-pass for me. I enjoyed the predictable twists and turns that came to my rescue when I'd nothing better to do. Irrfan Khan gives a solid performance while Sushant Singh was above average. Chitrangda Singh looks seductive, but I wish I could say effortlessly. She seems to have put in too much effort to hit the target. That would still have been fine if it weren't so apparent on screen. Anyways, her overall performance, like the rest in the herd, was okay. And so was movie. In fact, it worked out a great deal for me than what I'd expected (irrespective of my circumstances at that time).
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