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There's nothing wrong with this film except the sound track is so loud in places that it drowns out the dialogue! I fiddled about with my TV for ages, trying to make the music quieter, or the speech louder, but nothing I did made any difference. Everything else about the film is excellent but I couldn't give it five stars in all honesty because of the annoying sound-track.
Almost as enjoyable as the first film, the Best Exotic Marigold had the element of surprise in the premise of the setting, characters ,etc. The second film continues in the same vein, and from where it left off. A big plus to this film is Tamsin Greig and Richard Gere! though both of them are, again, acted off the screen by the two 'Dames' Dench and Smith. A very enjoyable bit of escapism with the colours of India jumping right off the screen.
The cast are so good with the exception of one Richard Gere. Rather than enhance the story and production of this film it only succeeded in making areas of the film quite boring but Gere aside the dancing was excellent and it is always a pleasure to watch my favourite English actors.
Package arrived as usual promptly and undamaged. Film itself still good as it has some of the best actors but felt a bit disjointed and the part the owner of the hotel played was less endearing this time and more irritating!! The way he blundered through the film wasn't funny just annoying. Shame.
Good but not quite as good as the first Best exotic Marigold Hotel. It brings back characters that left in the original and has the ¨usual ¨ riot of problems besetting of the residents, how they are resolved for good or bad. Well worth a watch but not as good as the hype it received.
Close to the quality and entertainment value of its predecessor but rather too much was made of the Indian wedding ceremony. I don't think that it would have stood up as a film on its own account; its appeal rested on it's being a sequel to a superior and original film.
All those wonderful actors from the first film plus a few more wonderful actors!! But the storyline was short and disjointed; padded out by flim-flam. I loved the first film; I watched the second. I would like more films with mature actors, though.
Perhaps not as great as the first film, but still very enjoyable. Amazing scenes of colour and life! Tempted to visit India, just to see/hear/smell the place. Talented actors and fantastic scenery. Not given five stars as Blu-ray box broken - presumably during transit.