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Hancock (2008)

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Watching this movie made me realize quite a few things –

1. Will Smith is like the Hollywood equivalent of Akshay Kumar (and not the other way round) : he’s a super dependable, hit-movie-making-machine who is adored by people across all age groups. He’s happily married and well settled, is action-comedy proficient and has the salt-n-pepper stubble accented ultimate cool-dude look going good for himself.

2. Charlize Theron should do more mindless roles (like in this movie) whose sole demand is that she look pretty. In fact, she should be banned from taking up any roles which cause her to look ugly/ nasty. It’s not just a crime, it’s a waste of infinite beauty and gorgeousity. Enough of trying to prove that you’re a good actor. We get it.

3. As for the movie – it tries to be funny and different, and succeeds in both but only partly.

4. The special effects are good, but then that is the norm in most Hollywood movies these days.

5. I liked the movie, but it didn’t make me ecstatic.

6. This is not really a review. And the Charlize Theron pic below is just because.


Written by sujaybedekar

July 11, 2008 at 2:28 pm

3 Responses

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  1. dude, Will Smith is the equivalent of Akshay Kumar times Akshay Kumar. Akshay Kumar will faint to find that you equate him with Will Smith.


    July 12, 2008 at 12:54 am

  2. point no 2 rocks 😉


    July 14, 2008 at 10:54 pm

  3. @mrinkenti: I still think the mathematical relation you propose is not quite correct – but never mind. i’m glad to have people I don’t know posting on my blog 🙂

    @nadya: charlize theron sends me into ‘drool mode’ every.single.time!


    July 15, 2008 at 5:16 pm

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