The older i get the more racism angers and disheartens me, I dunno if thats just how it should be or not, but the more i see and hear the angrier I get. When i see films like this, films that show the British Indian experience for what it is, im gonna have a soft spot for it.
Even IMAX couldn't save this.
I wanted to like this so much. I really did. I genuinely love the first film, but this was almost unbearable. It opens with what feels like the third act of an entierly different film, and then the film decides to continue this trend by making many scenes feel like the third act of something else. Its due in part to the music which is mostly generic final battle music and THE CHARACTER INTRODUCTIONS which…