The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This would be forgivable if the shallow emotions worked but it's hard to care about these callous characters. Worst of all is its inability to address 'genius disorder' in any meaningful way.
The plot is a throwback to old ghar-grihasti films and comes with the message that the family must always remain united. What makes it worse is that the film unfolds at a snail's pace.
A decent story plot that follows the disconnected lives of three brothers. Anger and strife separates them, and years pass when their father dies. Yuvvraaj and Danny return, hoping to inherit money that will enable them to advance in their present lives. Gyanesh, the eldest, is the only one that remained with their father, and thus inherits everything. Bitter about their predicaments, Yuvvraaj and Danny conspire to retrieve the money that they believe is rightfully theirs. Little do they know, it is a plot already devised to bring them all together and see the reality and importance of family.
Great cast- Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Anil Kapoor, Zayed Khan, and Boman Irani. Worthy!
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