Before going into the details of Jism 2, for all those who complain TL;DR (Too Long Didn't Read) yes go watch the flick, at least for the skin show from Sunny Leone. This erotica has a gonzo for a plot but well, for a movie with lots of hot action, you don't really care, do you? Sensual Sunny Leone has been her best to say the least but watch out for the poorest of performances from Arunoday Singh where the expressions seemed to be completely lacking. In other words the movie is quite an effective three hour 'booby' trap that is worth falling into.
The first half of A Flying Jatt has been completely gripping, hilarious, entertaining and interesting. The interest has been managed throughout and the songs have been shot extremely well. The episodes between Tiger and his mother will bring instant smiles throughout. The narration has been decent and the action episodes take out the blow. On the whole the first half of A Flying Jatt has been well written, gripping and thoroughly entertaining.The second half of the movie takes a mighty tumble as the film offers nothing after an interesting and such gripping first half. The action episodes make the film fall flat as they have been completely meaningless. The lose screenplay and the narration too have nothing much to do during the second half. Though the songs have been decent, the action episodes and a faked out climax make the film fall flat. On the whole the second half of A Flying Jatt is a huge misfire.
The first half of Happy Bhag Jayegi has been decent with sensible entertainment throughout. The narration has been decent and interesting which makes the audience impressed. The performances by the lead actors is the major highlight and the way the film has been presented will sure make everyone happy. On the whole the first half of the film has been decent and interesting with colorful songs and humorous entertainment throughout.The second half of the film turns predictable and dips down because of many sub-plots and stories. The romantic episodes look faked away however the presentation of the film still doesn’t make it fall flat. Some of the episodes seem completely forced and they do not make much impact. The pre-climax episodes seem so dragged and it is the performances which make the film lively and interesting. The climax has been decent and the second half of Happy Bhag Jayegi fails to live up the expectations because of the predictable screenplay and many unwanted episodes.
The movie is not really about Mohenjo Daro civilization but a story set in the backdrop of it. The story is very simple and a plot that has been witnessed lot of times before. The plot of Tollywood blockbuster ‘Bahubali’ is similar. However, director Ashutosh made the movie look engaging by setting it in an era and place where we are totally unfamiliar. He takes us to the world and makes us witness the proceedings without making it mundane anywhere.
While the first half of the movie is gripping, certain portions of the second half of "Rustom" might shift your eyes to your watch. The narration gets somewhat sloppy at certain points but the director manages to accelerate the pace soon again.After films like "Baby" and "Airlift," the audience had expected similar, if not more, action and thrill from Akshay in "Rustom." But the latest release does not have many enthralling moments to remember the film by. Also, there are some flaws in the movie that defy logic. One of the scenes shows an antagonist having strong evidence in his hand to put the protagonist behind bars but he merely waits for the police to reach him and collect the proof.
The first half is replete with confusion and the audience loses the plot several times. The narrative heads nowhere and does not get you hooked, despite desperate efforts to be true to the thriller genre. The second half drags as well and the resolution of the plot leaves you disappointed and abounds in loopholes.The stylised action, deafening background score and unwarranted scenes with forced attempts to add shock value do nothing to elevate the viewing experience. On the contrary, these make it even more complex and boring to watch.
The first half of Budhia Singh: Born to Run has been realistic to the core and it has been narrated with utmost passion. The entire film has been meaningful and the performances by the lead actors has been stupendous. The presentation of the film raises no questions as has been framed perfect and interesting. On the whole the first half of Budhia Singh: Born to Run has been interesting and appealing throughout.The second half of the film has a different story as it showcases the other side of the story. However the film has been extremely convincing and lives up to the core. The emotional content along with the realistic episodes have been presented in the best way and the climax of the film has been quite interesting. On the whole the second half of Budhia Singh: Born to Run impresses to the peaks.