• It’s an experience that veers to off-putting and may not develop the kind of excitement this film hopes to generate!

  • There’s hope for everyone in this world if they are daring enough to search it out themselves. It’s basically a people story presented in animal form with a solid stream of comedy and songs interspersing the narrative –thus allowing for fairly vigorous entertainment!

  • The Last Jedi is definitely not the end of the road for the Jedi warriors. Johnson in fact brings their future creations into the sub-textual discussion that embraces issues of legitimacy and succession. The franchise’s future appears to be in safe hands – with the baton having passed down from the old trinity – Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill to a newer and more energised lot. Let the force be with them!

  • The Who’s Who In The Cast Of ‘Murder On The Orient Express’ Don’t Matter Much Because They Have Very Little To Do Other Than Get Paraded/Interrogated As Suspects. So It’s Brannagh Who Hogs The Show From The Word Go. His Role Is Well Rounded

  • The few drawbacks notwithstanding, this is one of Disney-Pixar’s better efforts of late!

  • The dark seriousness of ‘Batman Vs Superman’ may have taken its toll I guess. The few engaging moments here and Gal Gadot, aren’t able to lift this nearly incoherent, noisy and short-fused experience to gratifying. This may not be a ‘Suicide Squad’ but it’s certainly no ‘Avengers’ either!

  • The story-telling isn’t smart enough to hold anyone’s attention and the animation specs are so over-indulgent that you just don’t feel enamoured by it. The voicing also sounds put-on and fake. It’s all a harmless bit of fluff … but there’s just no fun in it!

  • This is a well-designed Marvel Universe, crossover franchise, spectacle party, riding high on Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song,” that’s bound to get everyone who watches it, into a tizzy!

  • There’s really nothing spectacular, sustaining or memorable about the catastrophes designed here. There’s not much acting to be had, either. Gerard Butler may be able to save the White house from disaster but the world?

  • Ali Fazal Fails To Match Up To Judi Dench’s Brilliance…

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