Kalki 2898 AD

critic Reviews

, 81% Fresh Tomatometer Score
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    Frank ScheckHollywood Reporter
    Ultimately, for all its wildly entertaining elements, Kalki 2898 AD feels like too much of a good thing, resembling the sort of lavish buffet meal that leaves you feeling overstuffed and exhausted.
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    Joe LeydonVariety
    [A] wildly uneven mashup of everything from Fritz Lang’s “Metropolis” to Marvel Comics movies, underpinned by elements from the Hindu epic poem “Mahabharata.”
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    Leslie FelperinGuardian
    It’s all a lot, as they say, but those with a taste for maximalism will swoon over the goods on offer here.
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    Simon AbramsRogerEbert.com
    Goofy, over-earnest, and just good enough where it counts, “Kalki 2898 AD” outdistances its competition simply by digging deeper than expected into its patchy lore’s rich melodramatic turf.
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    Aaron NeuwirthWe Live Entertainment
    With fight scenes, vehicle chases, explosions, magic, and more (though not enough musical interludes), I can’t say whether or not I’ll attach myself to all of the KCU, but I’m at least looking forward to what’s in the immediate future for this series.
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    Michael Talbot-HaynesFilm Threat
    Movie goers will be engulfed in waves of wonder by the electrifying future-show visions.
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    Lisa LamanCulturess
    It’s impossible to dismiss a movie channeling Pacific Rim and Hell Comes to Frogtown with verve.
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    Dennis SchwartzDennis Schwartz Movie Reviews
    Blends Hindu mythology (religion) with sci-fi ambitions and martial arts action.
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    Mike McGranaghanAisle Seat
    Kalki 2898 AD has a single goal, which is to achieve the status of Freakin’ awesome! for its entire running time. Overstuffed plot aside, it meets that goal.
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    Surya KomalJust for Movie Freaks
    Kalki 2898 AD, despite it's flaws, the concept, ambition, and the immense effort behind its making deserve high praise and applause. It is a proper entertainer and a must-watch on the big screen, showcasing the potential and grandeur of Indian filmmaking.
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