Race 2: O God, this is going from bad to worse!

Race 2: O God, this is going from bad to worse!

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By: adibids7883 | member

Critic's Rating: 3/5

Tuesday 29 January 2013

Movie Title

Race 2: O God, this is going from bad to worse!



Star Cast

Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone, Jacqueline Fernandez, John Abraham, Ameesha Patel, Anil Kapoor

These were my first words after suffering the 1st hour of the film. It?s a total debacle, nothing in the film seems to work out. Abbas-Mustan has totally lost it, even if all their earlier movies were inspired from Hollywood but the direction was crisp, be it Khiladi, Baazigar, Baadshah, Ajnabee, Humraaz and Race.

They were nicknamed master of thrillers, but their direction is really going from bad to worse.

Perhaps they haven?t learned anything after the debacle of Players and now they are making it a habit to give the first big flop of every year.

Animated, Lousy, Loud, Vulgar and Childish, these words are enough to summarize the movie in one sentence.

Regarding the performance, Ameesha Patel and Jacqueline looked like some soft porn-stars, Anil kapoor is discovering newer depths and degrees of rock-bottom with over the top PJ?s, John Abraham perhaps has still not recovered from the Force dilemma and has given one of the worst ever performance in a negative role (after Neil Nitin Mukesh in Players).

The saving grace were only Saif Ali Khan and Deepika Padukone and of course, the music by Pritam. The songs are a sure-shot hit in all discos, pubs and parties.

The screenplay is so lousy and the twists so lame that even a 5th standard can get the catch.

The movie will not be able to recover it?s cost as it seemed to be on a high budget.

The only saving grace can be this long weekend and no other big movie releasing this week.

I hope Race 3 never happens.

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