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.
Avengers: Age of Ultron is one heck of a superhero orgy as the mighty six - Iron Man (RDJ), Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), Capt America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) come face-to-face not only with the invincible Ultron, but various characters like Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany). With these numerous characters put together, you can't wait for the 'party to begin' and Whedon rewards your anticipation, right from the beginning and maintains it till the end. Fangasm guaranteed. AOU is no less than a spectacle (the opening scene in particular with the heroes in slowmo - midair as they pounce on their enemies) and you get exactly what you pay for. The unparalleled action is of epic proportions and makes the mammoth destruction shown in Man of Steel and the previous Avengers film pale in comparison. However, unlike the previous film which was more massy, this densely plotted sequel may appeal to the geeks more. For those not acquainted with the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe), getting the threads together of this layered film could be a task. So, brush up on your Marvel jargon before watching this one. And finally the big question - Is AOU better than The Avengers (2012)? It is definitely bigger in scale and there's a romance brewing, but you miss Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and his humour. If Avengers was a biryani, with all the flavours coming together seamlessly, AOU is a desi thaali, full of scrumptious dishes, but a tad in excess. It's spectacular, yet can leave you exhausted.
Kudos to debutant T S Sathyajith for selecting a good storyline. But a loose script and a messy narrative take away from the film. Haphazardly linked sequences add to the viewer's confusion. Even the comic sequences fall flat, with the lead actors lacking punch. With just a tad more effort, Prateek could have infused more life into the character. Deepthi Maane's performance is commendable, though she comes into the picture pretty late.
It delivers a poignant and uplifting portrait of an individual determined to live life to the lees despite all the odds she faces owing to her restricted motor skills. Margarita, With A Straw narrates its emotionally arresting and startlingly revelatory story without resorting to the mawkish or the preachy. It is the sophistication of the making that stands out: Margarita, With A Straw is adroitly crafted. It eschews tear-jerking theatrics. And it does not take recourse to any shrill remonstrations to get its point across. It delivers a poignant and uplifting portrait of an individual determined to live life to the lees despite all the odds she faces owing to her restricted motor skills. Margarita, With A Straw narrates its emotionally arresting and startlingly revelatory story without resorting to the mawkish or the preachy. It is the sophistication of the making that stands out: Margarita, With A Straw is adroitly crafted. It eschews tear-jerking theatrics. And it does not take recourse to any shrill remonstrations to get its point across.
The first half of the film has too many loop holes and the script of the movie has not been gripping enough. The movie has been ok at times but it dips down from the next scene. On the whole the first half of the movie has nothing much to say about. The second half of the film has been interesting at times but the main needed plot has not been taken care. The villain’s character in the movie has not been written well and the story has been clumsy to narrate. On the whole the second half of the movie has been a major downfall.
‘Ek Paheli Leela’ film is a musical thriller directed by Bobby Khan. It was his debut film as director. Music for the film is composed by Amaal Mallik. The songs in this movie are not that impressive but had beats that might make you tuned for the songs. The main attraction for the movie would be Sunny Leone glamor as it is feast for the senses with her beauty. Sunny Leone fills up the screen with her voluptuous presence but when it comes to her acting, she need to brush up her acting skills. Overall the first half and second half attracted audience with her glamorous look.