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I don't understand all the negativity and bad reviews of the self-proclaimed movie phd's aroundhere.
It seems that these criticasters went to the movie to compare it scene by scene with Hollywood ones. Next time these guys see an Indian actor riding on a horse, they will conclude that that particular scene or perhaps the whole movie is a copy of a Hollywood Western.
And so what if it is inspired by Hollywood movies? Finally, it's the result that counts. I like this movie because of it's great picturization! And Yes, the story could have been better, but it's not that bad eighter. Nevertheless, I've seen a good composed story and enjoyed with a lot of popcorn. High standards of cinema are achieved, despite the thin storyline. The last motorbike chase is really awesome. It's stunning composition generates a huge adrenaline boost for the viewer. And the underwater scenes where accompanied by such a nice music score. Yas Raj should learn from this movie how to use background music. A.R. Rahman has proved his versatility as music composor: he has produced very beautiful music for this movie. This man is an Artist! And Kiley's performance is super diva!
The minor point in the story line is the anticlimax at the end. Akshay as a nice villain who needs to be hugged and his motive to save the family honor, disappoints big time. But thank god they spoiled only these last 5 minutes of the movie. I would rather see a more creative plot with a edge of my seat, mean, dirty, rude and crude result.
Despite the lack in content, but due to it's high visuals and powerful action scenes this movie has repetitive value, so I will watch it again. The time for ''Pyaar ke Bokhaar'' (love fever) movies has passed, it's now time for movies like Dhoom, Don and Blue!
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