• Watch this one for Deepika and Vin if you’re fans of the two. The action parts are fine and in good measure. It’s a film that’s supremely confident of what it is. And that shows. And if you’re looking to be entertained, you will be. Just don’t tax your brain with the way this film plays out. Trust me, you’ll get a headache.

  • It’s nothing like Gravity (the allusion is there), like The Martian (similar concept) or Interstellar (the motive for the journey) and so, despite some fine performances by the lead pair, it’s not going to leave a lasting impact.

  • Avoid it like sin. This is not the kind of tripe you ought to subject yourself to. Great cast notwithstanding. Forgive them for they knew not what they did.

  • Despite rave reviews, it’s not a film that blows us away or bamboozles us with spectacle. Maybe Episode VIII will be better?

  • Those two stars are for the great casting. The film itself is strictly for those with low standards. It’s so bad, the trailer is better the actual film. Avoidable.

  • Minor gripes aside, do not miss a minute of this film. It’s probably one of the best films you’ll watch this year that’s consistently engaging and entertaining.

  • It’s unmissable, for sure. It has the style, the spectacle, a story with little to no twists, a penchant for gags and jokes we’ve now come to expect from the MCU and more. And its Cumberbatch-ness is definitely a big draw. And the fact that it knows its flaws and doesn’t dwell on it. That you’re going to love this one is an understatement.

  • It’s a no-brainer for Tom or Cobie fans. Flaws and all, it still reaches out to you and drags you along for the ride.

  • We all know what happened on that date in 1984. It tells you nothing you don’t already know – the villains, the victims et el. It neither serves as a grim yet unforgettable reminder of the day some men became monsters or offers hope that history won’t repeat itself. As a film goes, it makes you feel nothing. And that’s just sad.

  • Dan Brown fan or not, you’re bound to feel a little disappointed, because Irrfan (accent aside) is brilliant (that confidence and will-do attitude we saw in Jurassic Park, comes unhinged in this one) at what he does and this movie, on the whole kind, doesn’t do him justice. And let’s not hide it, you bought a ticket to this one, because of the Tom Hanks-Ron Howard-Dan Brown combo. You only wish, the movie lived up to all your expectations and not just a few.

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