Missing, Movie Review: Miss It Surely, Sense Completely Missing

This one is for those who have less space at home and want to take a bit of nap in an air-conditioned theatre. And when you wake up, you wouldn't have missed anything...

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Missing, Movie Review: Miss It Surely, Sense Completely Missing
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If someone tells you to miss a Tabu-Manoj Bajpayee-Annu Kapoor film, you might think that his sense has gone missing. But with all my senses intact, I strongly recommend: Avoid this one, unless you are as mad as... forget it, I will end up revealing the end.

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A Lovemaking Scene From Missing

So yeah, there is a bit of suspense in the climax but nothing converges to explain it and good that it doesn't, because it wouldn't have added up. In other words, the suspense is laughable. But Mukul Abhayankar (director) seems to be someone who hopes against hope; he has left a window open for a sequel.

Wonder why three National Award winning actors got together to set up and complete such a lousy film.

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A Still From Missing

Tabu, Manoj and Annu are three actors who probably don't need a director. You can bet your last shirt that had it been like that, the end product would have been far better

The film begins with Tabu and Manoj checking into a Mauritius hotel with the girl at the reception desk not asking for any identity proof. Wonder if it was Mauritius or did I miss it that it was Madh Island? And, it ends with Manoj and Tabu running amok in the jungles as if they are partners-in-crime. But hey, where's the crime? The crime itself was bloody missing! And still, there's a suspected kidnapper who is missing and found but not before he has consumed a couple of reels.

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A Still From Missing

The pace is missing, good dialogues are missing, and even the reason of making such a film is missing.

And I am missing to form any more sentence on this film!

I am going with ONE-AND-HALF





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