Posted by: koolcampus | April 5, 2015

“THE SECOND BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (2015)” Movie Review. OLDIES ARE GOODIES.

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THIS FILM IS A DRAMEDY targeting BABY BOOMERS and every aesthetic mind who seeks a whip of the Indian exotica, dance and music, a la Bollywood style.

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 FEAST YOUR EYES on this colorful Indian wedding.

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RICHARD GERE  still plays an ageing casanova with a penchant for Indian exotica.

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Who says that OLD FOLKS cannot have a BOISTEROUS FUN TIME? Watch this picture!

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YOU can re-KINDLE the sparks of LOVE here, in this far-from-home sanctuary.

“THE SECOND BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (2015)” Movie Review.

Sonny is an ambitious entrepreneur. He (Dev Patel) prepares to expand the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel targeting the Elderly rich and the Beautiful people. However, he needs financing.

At the same time he plans for his forthcoming wedding and leave the intricate preparations to Sunaina (Tena Desae) in this sequel that re-teams director John Madden with screenwriter Ol Parker.

As the happy residents of the hotel begin settling into their new lives, Sonny has a hectic time juggling the demands of administrative planning for his wedding, whilst checking out for a new property to purchase.

Meanwhile, newly arrived guests Guy (Richard Gere) and Lavinia (Tamsin Greig) find themselves in a predicament, after arriving at the hotel to find there is only one available room.

Perhaps with a little innovation new co-manager Muriel (Maggie Smith) can find a means of accommodating the hotel’s latest occupants,

But for now, her workload has been taken off as Douglas (Bill Nighy) and Evelyn (Judi Dench) begin their new careers in Jaipur, while flirting with each other with the idea of a blooming romance — like Norman (Ronald Pickup) and Carol (Diana Hardcastle).

With romance in the air it’s no wonder that Madge (Celia Imrie) has her pick of handsome suitors, and as stalwart Muriel safeguards the many secrets of the vivacious residents.

Sonny and Sunaina also learn that planning a traditional Indian wedding can be a drilling test for patience.

Interesting film, go watch it!

FOOTNOTE: Some of the wittiest, poignant, and sharp comic prose in the English Language are all here. It’s exhilaration all the way!

RATING: 4 out of 5.

Local Distributor: 20th Century Fox (M) S/B.


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