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2.0 Movie Review


Published On: 28 November 2018 | Reviewed By:


2.0 Movie Review: S. Shankar creates a great 3D spectacle in Indian Cinema. Mobile phones! What will happen if you overuse Mobile phones is the theme of the movie, which Shankar uses to make a whole imaginative, over-scientific driven 2 hrs and 36 minutes movie successfully.

2.0

Director: S. Shankar | Cast: Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, Amy Jackson


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A movie that needs to be watched in 3D to get that punch is feast for all Thalaiva fans each and every time he makes an entry.

Plot: It all starts with an old man ornithologist committing suicide from a mobile tower. Then comes the introduction of Dr. Vaseegaran (Rajinikanth) and his new Robo assistant Nila played by Amy Jackson. Some scenes later , the mobile phone starts flying off shelf and out of everyone's hand to create some kind of havoc in the city. 

As usual, Dr. Vaseegaran has to investigate the situation as to why this mysterious thing is happening in and around the city. And when all mobile phones which vanished without a trace then takes a form of a giant bird, there is no other option than to bring back Chitti to life.


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Background score by A. R. Rahman is very pleasing and you never get bored by it. Whatever he does is always feast for ears and can be very well enjoyed every bit.

As the fight takes place between Chitti and the mobile embodied giant bird, you realize that the 3D editing and technicality is top class in Indian cinema. Again, I am mentioning the Movie has to be watched only in 3D to appreciate the work Shankar has put to bring this movie. The movie has been edited 3 times to get the best work in front of you.

As the giant bird turns out to be too strong for Chitti, another version of Chitti version 2.0 has to be brought back. There are some goosebumps sequences at the interval which I will not reveal as you need to experience. 

Akshay Kumar plays the role of an ornithologist, the old man committing suicide who we saw at the start of the film. We are introduced to the flashback of his story as Pakshirajan after the first half. 

As 2.0 firmware is uploaded into Chitti, fans can go into a frenzy of Rajini. He is back with his punchy and massy dialogues. Some fight sequences are long and overwhelming but as a whole the movie can be appreciated. 

And then there is a final surprise for fans Chitti version 3.0. Again, I don’t want to reveal much about this character.

Akshay Kumar as the antagonist has given a tremendous performance. It is a treat for his fans to see him play this role.

As a whole the movie is definitely worth watching for the amount of work and money put by everyone. Shankar conveys a social message in his style and of course the music by AR Rahman takes it to a different level. Lets see how the movie fares at the box office.


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Average Critic Rating: 3.5 out of 5

3.5 out of 5.0 based on 4 critic reviews.


Moviekoop

Reviewed by: | No rating in stars

S. Shankar creates a great 3D spectacle in Indian Cinema. Mobile phones! What will happen if you overuse Mobile phones is the theme of the movie, which Shankar uses to make a whole imaginative, over-scientific driven 2 hrs and 36 minutes movie successfully. Read full review


Times Of India

Reviewed by: | Rating: 3.0 out of 5

What would it be like if the characters from Endhiran find themselves inside the plot of a typical Shankar movie? 2.0 is what you would get. Using his pet theme - a wronged individual taking revenge on the people who ruined his life (or in this case, the birds he cares for) - the director gives us a film that is part sci-fi, part horror, part vigilante movie and part special effects spectacle. Read full review


Behindwoods

Reviewed by: | Rating: 4.0 out of 5

After delivering Enthiran, one of the biggest ever Indian films up until then, back in 2010, director Shankar is back with its highly-anticipated sequel, 2.0. In this Magnum opus bankrolled by Lyca Productions, we have a reloaded 2.0 version of Chitti, Superstar Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, and Amy Jackson playing the lead roles with AR Rahman handling the music, Nirav Shah behind the lens, Anthony with the cuts and Resul Pookutty designing the sounds. Read full review


Firstpost

Reviewed by: | Rating: 3.0 out of 5

2.0 movie review: Shankar's story is pedestrian; but VFX, Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar carry the day Read full review


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