The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Zero is a funny film backed by a unique storyline and embellished with interesting elements like space travel that you may not have seen in Bollywood films before.
Zero is all heart. It probably won't work if you start thinking about the probability of it all, but after a wobbly half-hour I found the film easy to embrace.
A star, falling, once the count reaches zero. And crashing down to earth.
[Characters] are individually interesting but the connective tissue between them is so thin that the narrative starts to wobble precariously.
All of that would have been forgiven if the second half of the film didn't venture into the ludicrous territory. Singh qualifying to be a Mars-mule in the US was the proverbial last straw.
In Zero, the defects are physical, propped up by special effects but lack a strong emotional connect.
The first half of Zero is flat-out fantastic, an unabashed charm-offensive from Rai, Khan and the film's writer Himanshu Sharma... It is as the film continues, and gets more fanciful, that the seams start to show.
Shah Rukh Khan is experimenting with each film and must be admired for his zeal to attempt something out of the ordinary and not playing it safe. He has given it all to the film and makes you believe in Bauaa's madness.
A movie that probably sounded interesting at the concept stage but ends up being irretrievably outlandish in its execution.
Zero has lofty ambitions but when it comes to delivery, it falls too short.
Inconsistency plagues the movie...while the film has a wealth of references to Bollywood and its stars, these details don't compensate for a story that starts with a beautiful plot, but takes off on a bizarre ride.
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