Knock out - Notepad
Never has the background music been so loud that I wanted to run out of the theater because my ears could take it no more. Had I been able to get over that, I might've enjoyed the film for what it was trying to say. Even so, how it said the message and the baggage of righteousness it carried would have been a hindrance.
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Tony (Irrfan Khan) is an investment banker with more suspect investing practices and clients than one can imagine. He's trapped in a phone booth by an unknown person. No one knows why.
- The fact that we didn't know what the real deal with the character, Bharati was?
- The fact that the story clearly shows that Tony was the most vulnerable person in this chain of corruption and thus chosen.
What did not
- Tony's gullible wife.
- Tight close-ups.
- The whole deal about Tony being accused of the murder who was facing Tony but was shot from the back!
- Sanjay Dutt's poetry!
- Why were there newspapers in a phone booth!?