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I spent half the time scoffing at the plot Jurassic World 2 was throwing at me, which diluted the fun I was having by looking at the superb CGI, moderate man-dinosaur action, and an overall fine cast performance. It still is a lot worse than Jurassic World 1 (2015), which had a story almost as good as the original, the legendary Jurassic Park (1993) which almost seems impossible to mimic or better today. TN.
There's a special type of courage so far unknown to the movie-going public that will be required to bear this imaginative piece of mega nonsense by Punit Malhotra who tries and succeeds to stray away from logic and realism in Student of the Year 2 that it will be impossible to go back to mindful comedies in this franchise. There's no going back from this.
In an over-the-top setting where a bunch of high schools lock horns with each other…
There is an overlying sense of artificiality in the way Mission Mangal (Mars Mission) has been made, with abundant textbook techniques to mix comedy and drama into the proceedings of a vastly technical subject such as an organization's attempt to send a satellite on the Martian orbit. It ends up as a series of cringe-worthy sequences. For a film that demands realism as the only single factor, Mission Mangal strays away from it right from the word go! as we…