It's Entertainment - Notepad

wogma rating: Switch channels if it's on cable (?)
quick review:

Feels weird recommending an Akshay Kumar film to a group other than Akshay fans - dog-lovers! Other than that Entertainment is as Akshay Kumar a film as it gets.



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Plot Summary

Father (Mithun Chakraborty) wants a rich husband for his daughter (Tamannaah Bhatia) and the husband-to-be (Akshay Kumar) adopts any means to achieve that - including, competition with a dog (Junior who plays Entertainment), for what the dog owns (yes, "the dog owns")

What Worked

"Worked" is a strong word for the following things, but nevertheless - - The "funny" lines given to Akshay Kumar and Krushna.
- An aerial shot of a green forest. Absolutely out-of-place and maybe that's why it is refreshing. Most likely, CGI. :D

What did not

Note: This section simply lists the things that I did not like in this movie. This is not the overall impression about this movie. Please read the full review here

  • Entire sub-plot about Akshay Kumar's father (Darshan Jariwala) What was the point, again?
  • How can anyone poke fun at Urdu? (Actually, at any language, but Urdu?)
  • Songs from other films played at various times, including "who let the dog's out".
  • Tacky CGI at the frozen water body.
  • Sonu Sood and Prakash Raj's definition of women. Oh well...
  • Entire host of other things, way too many to enlist.