2.0 Movie Review
2.0 Movie Cast: Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, Amy Jackson, Sudhanshu Pandey, Adil Hussain, Kaizaad Kotwal, Kalabhavan Shajohn, Riyaz Khan
2.0 Movie Crew: Shankar Shanmugam (Director)
2.0 Movie Critics Rating: 3 out of 5
2.0 Movie Reviews: The film starts with an elderly person submitting suicide from on a cell phone tower. We are then acquainted with the researcher, Dr. Vasigaran (Rajinikanth) and his now partner Nila (Amy Jackson), a humanoid robot. Before long, cell phones begin taking off the racks and out of everybody’s hands, and Vasigaran is brought in to explore this strange event. What’s more, when a monster winged creature, made up of cell phones, begins assaulting the city, the researcher is compelled to bring back Chitti (Rajinikanth), the now disassembled robot.
The plot of 2.0 feels well-known; in actuality excessively recognizable. There is no puzzle in the otherworldly events that we see on screen, and for the whole first half, we are compelled to sit tight for the compulsory flashback including Pakshirajan (Akshay Kumar), the ornithologist who is the elderly person who we saw toward the beginning of the film. Indeed, even the flashback doesn’t hit us hard sincerely the manner in which comparative scenes in the chief’s Indian and Gentleman made us feel. There is an unmistakable feeling of simply making a halfhearted effort in the primary half, which unfurls like a conventional blood and gore flick – then again, actually here, the soul gets a science fiction clarification and is portrayed as a man’s atmosphere, made up of miniaturized scale photons.
Be that as it may, a plot isn’t what we go to Shankar’s movies for nowadays. It is the stupendous canvas in which this executive mounts his oft-recounted stories that make us anticipate his movies. Also, in 2.0, we get a scene that is fulfilling. In the principal half, we make some strike visuals – cell phones slithering out and about, a backwoods of gleaming telephones, an immense winged animal that pops with vitality. There are likewise visual gestures to Hollywood movies like Alien (a cell phone blasting out of a man’s stomach), Terminator 2 (an apparently indestructible element that regroups itself) and even Ghostbusters (a contraption that Vasigaran structures to trap the atmosphere). The visual impacts, notwithstanding a couple of occasions, are capability acknowledged, and the 3D is very vivid without causing a strain on our eyes.