- Posted August 3, 2012 by
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Jism 2- Movie review
All we took back from the movie was that at the literal climax, Izna- or Sunny Leone, Ayaan aka Arunoday Singh, and Kabir that being Randeep Hooda are dead and thank God for that or else we would have killed them with our bare hands. This movie will not surprise or seduce anyone.
Sunny Leone definitely suffers from a severe case of respiratory disorder, with all that continuous heaving of her bosom and those partly open flapping lips. Someone PLEASE hand the lady a pump. Apart from that and a LOT of skin show, which, let's admit, our Bollywood ladies would not have been able to pull off, her entire act is appallingly daft.
Very reminiscent of Nargis Fakhri's act in the recent past, except the lead actor in that movie did deliver a good performance. But the male leads here are just as bad, if not worse. Arunoday Singh is disappointing, considering his performance in Yeh Saali Zindagi, but you criticise him the least. You have to give it to him in a scene when he breaks down in front of the lady. Otherwise, his resemblance to an elf with those expressions will overwhelm you.
Next up is Randeep Hooda. Unlike what most like to believe, he is NOT ruggedly sexy. He is just, doped and weird. And his voice that slurs like as if he has od'ed on sleeping pills will grate on your nerves. There is no clear expression in his voice or face. He roughly resembles and maybe sounds like a Great Dane in pain.
An alternate title for the movie is Great Dane vs Elf, as they fight for a couple of meaty curves.
The only benefit of any kind is to the tourism and hospitality industry of Sri Lanka. Though even the mansion/villa they stay at is called 'Why'. We wonder why?? The locales have been shot beautifully but considering the pointlessness of the entire story, why they have been shot at all remains a question. The music is a lot like Hans Zimmer's background score in Inception. The songs, except Abhi Abhi- are torment to the ears. Watch it for laughs and predictably corny dialogues. And why oh why have they said 'Jism' so many times in the movie? We know what movie we've paid for and will eventually be suing.
This movie will help single people all over realize that even if they haven't one, they still have a better sex-life than the three actors in the movie put together. The hype surrounding the movie has brought to life the Hindi idiom- Khoda Pahaad, Nikla Chooha.
The movie deserves an A rating. Where the A stands for Absolute trash.
No points, stars, nothing at all for this film.