War

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79% Audience Score79%
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    Like the acting but ending was too long
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    Awesome movie..very entertaining and thrilling story line. It was a pleasure to see Hrithik and Tiger together on the big screen..full on action packed
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    I don’t like story line but action is so good
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    I had set out on watching the typical Hollywood movie and then opted for War instead. This is the most entertained I've been in years. Thank you, India! And for those that criticize the dance parts? You just don't get it.
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    Worst film Of this year
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    9.5/10 Actions, soundtracks, the plot itself and everything else were just off the chart. Bollywood is finally catching up with hollywood...
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    Bollywood shouldnt do action movies, the movie is a copy of Hollywood movie
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    This is the kind of movies bollywood shall make. War is such a great film, it just raised the bar for Indian cinemas. The story and Hrithik's acting were great, Tiger must work on his acting skills. Many scenes were inspired from MI. Climax was unpredictable. A full worthy movie.
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    ends with a twist...just amazing movie experience glad it only has two songs.
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    WAR must be a movie that only Indians would love. Imagine, if you can, a mash up of the extravagantly over-the-top choreography of a 1930s Busby Berkeley musical with a Jason Bourne plot and a little bit of James Bond thrown in. Take two Bollywood superstars, throw them together in an abysmally-written screenplay, add in lots of totally impossible action scenes filmed on location in India, Finland, Italy, Portugal and apparently Malta and stir. In the middle of high intensity action, the scene shifts into Busby Berkeley mode, with energetic dancing, wild costumes and raucous music. The two action hero co-stars sing and dance furiously. Non-Indian audiences are left uncertain as to whether War is a badly-made action film, a spoof of one or simply a form of cultural entertainment unfathomable to western tastes. We sat through this 2.5 hour movie until the very end, hoping but not believing that it would eventually make a modicum of sense. It is good that