War

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79% Audience Score79%
  • 0.5 of 5 stars
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    The plot made no sense, and the characters were dull. The story was breakneck pace and hard to understand. 0/5
  • 4 of 5 stars
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    Siddharth Anand's 'War' is the most effective action-entertainer of Bollywood in a long, long time. The performance of Hrithik Roshan is strong enough to anchor the film with full commitment and conviction, but even Tiger Shroff doesn't fail to impress in am earnestly written role. The action scenes are click and have been shot with a slick masala sensibility. Like the film's 'for real disbelief' opener shot, the camera used for the film moves from countries to countries like they'll move from people to people in a talk. It's a fully-fledged romantic to it's couple of minutes. The women although never given much to do- aren't objectified or classified as 'story types'. They exist to bring some of the film's element. But the film's singular strength is Roshan, who does Khalid in a career-best performance. It's his nineteenth year at films, but it's now that he's come of age. It's one of the most enjoyable films of 2019 which I recommend that you see... multiple times. I'm going with 4 stars.
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    One word...... Mind-blowing!!!!!!
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    Slow motion camera, flawed action sequence, panning and zooming out, wobbly camera, slow dialog delivery makes the movie unrealistic and me dizzy.
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    India's best special agent Kabir (played by Hrithik Roshan) went rogue and required a agent to stop him with that level of qualities and skills i.e. Khalid (played by Tiger shroff, I love if they cast Vidyut Jammwal in Tiger's place but perhaps Tiger has more followers and popularity then Vidyut so but I wish, to cast him in War 2 or more good if as a Villian against them then it would be the dream film to watch with this level of action ..) The direction and camera movements were impressive. The plotline is simple yet has a complex story structure. (Can also take Salman Khan to complete with Hrithik but then they have to remove the script 😁 ) The major highlight of the film is it's action sequences and both (Hrithik & Tiger) did it with complete ease looks dancingly smooth. The action was of top-notch because they hire four action directors to the choreograph the stunts of this film are worth mentioning - Paul Jennings, Franz Spilhaus, SeaYoung Oh and Parvez Shaikh, all four are highly reputed and experienced. Their hard work just pays off. Hrithik's entry scene was fabulously shot, showing his big biceps with that grey hairs was very sexy, muscular and charming. Many got a man-crush on him, Tiger included. One unnecessary song in the middle i.e. Jai Jai Shiv Shankar. I know, when you cast two good maybe the best dancer of Bollywood & in people's demand, there should be a dance battle and faceoff between them but not in the middle of the film, it ruined the theme of the film. It should be in the end when credits start to roll down the screens then it will be more enjoyable. Undoubtedly the best action Hindi film of 2019. Go watch, and enjoy the action.
  • 1 of 5 stars
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    Oh man, saw this on the first day of a new decade (Jan 1, 2020) and it has already made its way to the worst movie of the decade. Villain that look like doorbuster deals from Walmart, storyline that's worst than a Trump Twitter meltdown, a lead actor (Tiger Shroff) who doesn't know anything beyond a 1000 yard stare, and another (Hrithik Roshan) who won't do anything except smirk, action sequences which feel like B reel from Mission Impossible series, special effects like a direct to DVD movie from the 00s. Need I say more? Yes, the length, the proper length of this movie is a teaser. Anymore than 90 seconds and it should be abandoned. Highly recommended if you want to start your new year on such a low that rest of the year seems uplifting.
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    Excellent screenplay action fans must watched
  • 0.5 of 5 stars
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    So called "action scenes", not at all well choreographed, a wannabe attempt to make it legendary. Tiger Shroff enters a room full with armed people but don't know how to shoot, and Tiger Shroff manages to just enter that main room imagining it would have no security outside or if there was and Tiger Shroff took them all out, the people weren't alerted. But putting that aside, he enters and takes them down 5-6 armed men hiding behind pillars and taking cover of their own men at a very very large distance of 2-3 meters. They just couldn't aim at Tiger Shroff. But at least bad guys had more strength as they would get up after fierce beating of Tiger Shroff while Tiger Shroff would faint after one punch but would magically get up 10 seconds after. At least somewhere he is acting. Random acting to make the story about just two people without including anyone else in the plot. And the horrible way Tiger Shroff cries, crying=poker face, angry=poker face, determined =poker face except happy. Even actual poker face would be better as it still says something but such expressionlessness. And things are so easy here, they fast forward to another country in a gang, reach crucial position where Hrithik Roshan can shoot a guy without even having any difficulty or much planning, interrogation/ hideouts are in open, boss comes pleasantly to greet the person who shot his guy and people enter rambo style exactly at the moment and shoot precisely all the enemies because tracker told them too much exactly where Hrithik Roshan is so that they don't have to be cautious to look for his safety. Also, all the enemies 40-50 at least that too heavily armed (including RPG-7) which is obvious since they are at their territory, all of it is taken care of by one man, Mr. Tiger Shroff. Needless to say, the main enemy stands there preceisely without moving at all, unharmed, not even a little smoke or drop of blood, glowing with make up to continue the fight on his own after camera returns to him. He must have been waiting there to allow Tiger Shroff to finish killing his men. The movie smells such attempt to make Tiger Shroff a legendary action star. All this content within half an hour, 1/5th portion of the film, I don't want to write a whole lot, but one can guess how is the movie. Plus Mr. Hrithik Roshan decides whether or not Defense Minister knows about missions.
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    Terrible gun physics, utterly twisted story line, kabir the protagonist makes terrible risky choices but still gets out alive.
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    i think its amzing a