War

critic Reviews

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    Musanna AhmedFilm Inquiry
    Forget Hobbs & Shaw - this is the bona fide, brawny, brain-free John Woo-style machismo cinematic face-off of the year.
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    Manjusha RadhakrishnanGulf News (UAE)
    Unlike its beefed-up heroes, there's no meat in the plot...
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    Baradwaj RanganFilm Companion
    War is a defining action movie of our time. It's Hollywood enough to rock the multiplexes, but it doesn't forget its roots.
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    Shubhra GuptaThe Indian Express
    All the space is gobbled up by Hrithik and Tiger, and they are so busy strutting across the screen, in all their glory, so ripped, so brawny, that the poor baddies don't really get a chance.
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    Nandini RamnathScroll.in
    The male leads, separated by a couple of generations and united by their ability to land punches and execute pirouettes without breaking a sweat, set the screen on fire.
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    Simon AbramsRogerEbert.com
    A star vehicle that's too weird to be dismissed, and too plodding to completely work.
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    Shikhar VermaHigh on Films
    Siddharth Anand's 'War' is a truly pulpy entertainer that casually reinvents Bollywood action films.
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    Rahul DesaiFilm Companion
    That WAR also happens to be a barnstorming, knuckle-busting and an immensely enjoyable action movie under the guise of a meta bromance tale is just the icing on the gluten-free cake.
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    Anupama ChopraFilm Companion
    War is a popcorn entertainer and you can't ask too many questions but if you're willing to suspend disbelief, the twists and turns exert a solid grip.
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    Anna M.M. VetticadFirstpost
    ...an ode that is particularly cynical and offensive considering that the past five years have heralded unprecedented Islamophobia in India.
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