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The best movie in the world (2023) review and summary.

This is beautifully expressed when she takes Prem through her memories of how she met his late father Suresh (played by Utkarsh Ambudkar, who also wrote the screenplay), who Prem is shocked to learn is a local legend in underground hip. stage hop. Here “World’s Finest” is revealed to be a hip-hop musical. Suresh begins to visit his son and pass on his evangelical passion for hip-hop.

To Priya’s dismay, Prem enters the talent show and his interest in performing threatens to usurp his passion for math. At this point, “World’s Finest” also seems to have borrowed quite a bit from the superhero movie, especially the origin story. Prem’s father issues are reminiscent of most MCU characters, especially his struggle to reconcile what his parents want for him versus what he wants for himself. Along the way, there are the usual bits of high school drama, especially the betrayal of friends drifting away from each other and into rival cliques.

The World’s Best succeeds thanks to its brisk 100-minute pace and Roshan Sethi’s deft handling of the ups and downs of the past few years. The emotions are earned and the lively tone lends itself nicely to the more serious revelations and complications. Ambudkar and Magnus’ chemistry goes a long way towards making the film work. He trusts them like father and son and their joy in making music together is infectious.

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