Robot Review

October 1, 2010 by Post Team 

Robot Review, The ApunKaChoice Endhiran – Robot Control film. Here is a movie that deify everything that is bigger than life and banishes all that is subtle cinematographic language. Govern this great spectacle of sci-fi is the unique phenomenon manifest in human flesh and blood – the only Rajinikanth. When the mega star is in its entirety and doing what he does best, showing off your unique style and mouthing a murderer in coatings, including the antics of daftest calls for a deep-bellied whistling.

Endhiran The Robot is a film that celebrates the Rajini mania. Rajinikanth If one were not enough, here are two, facing each other off the bone.

One of them is Dr. Vasi, a scientist who creates a robot in his likeness. The android, called Chitti (Rajinikanth again) can do amazing things like memorizing a lot of information for surface navigation simple, can cook, talk, walk and even strike an animated conversation with mosquitoes. Only human emotions were absent. They also are implanted in the smart robot scientist – a mistake, because the robot falls in love with the scientist’s girlfriend Sana (Aishwarya Rai). When love is not reciprocated, the robot is unleashed terror and destruction on an inhuman scale, becoming a Frankenstein monster that Dr. Vasi must master if you want to save his beloved and stop the senseless destruction.

Made with a budget of around Rs 160 crore, the film festival is a visual effects of a scale and grandeur hitherto unseen in Indian cinema. Using the technology of animatronics (by Stan Winston Studio) director Shankar brings his innovative imagination to life on screen. The last half hour of the film in particular, promotes the industry and create a jaw dropping spectacle of grandeur, packing in all the entertainment paisa vasool any ardent Rajini fan requests. Even if you do not swear by the semi-god of the mega star, you’ll still be sitting on the edge of your seat.

Endhiran Rajini robot show the whole way. Aishwarya Rai is reduced to eye candy, but leaves an impression. Rajinikanth is adding strength and power to the film. His stunts are choreographed by Hong Kong director Yuen Woo Ping double whose resume includes such films as The Matrix and Kill Bill. So you have Rajinikanth jumping from one building to another, making leaps that defy gravity and lateral runs on a train, a fatal gunshot wound – guess what? – The tip of his index finger only. And when the renegade robot becomes a devouring monster pummels by helicopters and cars, everything is done in order to surprise the viewer.

Rajinikanth Hail to live up to the mammoth expectations of their fans. At age 60, still takes the paper with ease and élan that is unique to him.

music by AR Rahman is disappointing and there are certain parts of the film in the second half to appear stretched. But in general, Endhiran The Robot gives you the adrenaline trip has long been itching for.

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