2.0 is a mix of visionary excellence and visual magnificence
We have seen magnificence in movies, but sci-fi splendor is something we always hunt in movies from Bollywood. And Robot was one movie that did wonders to our search.
Now its version 2 is a spectacular treat of not only amazing 3D and VFX, but also the kind of subject it brings up.
2.0 might just make you want to lead life in a version 2.0 (read better).
Watch it If you like -
Film’s unusualness in both visual and content is something that shouldn’t be missed
But Beware of -
There are few scenes that doesn’t fit quite well and then there are portions where editing is weak, but do you really want to miss grandness worth 550 crores?
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Indian cinema reaches new heights with 2.0.
Right from VFX to story, from entertainment to relevance, the film is a complete package wonderfully executed, treated and presented by the director.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
The subject and story by the director S. Shankar himself are not only relevant, but also captivating and entertaining.
The movie is a completely different world altogether, grand and unusual, awe-striking and fascinating.
We are not going into any details about the story, but we can tell you that the film both an awakening call and a guilt trip.
Everything in and about the film is different and almost flawless considering the fact that a lot goes into making such films. Having said that, the editing and pace could have been a lot better. But then again, the grandness the film offers is unparallel and never seen. The VFX, the aerial stunts, the film is a visual treat.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
Songs are very average, at least the Hindi version songs totally get ignored. The background score by none other than A.R. Rahman is simply perfect.
There is a reason that Rajni Sir is known as a superstar, energy and approach of an eager child that makes his film full of tadka and masala. Unmatchable!
Akshay Kumar, our very own Khiladi’s hard work is evident when his screen presence would match to that of Rajni Sir’s. Amy Jackson’s role suited her a lot.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
This is one film which should be watched only in 3D, that’s the kind of supreme levels are film have reached.
Watch it for the superstar, the khiladi, entertainment and the message.