The Transporter Refueled Review

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Frank Martin transporting classified packages for questionable people. Things get complicated when his client Anna and her three accomplices orchestrate a bank heist and the kidnapping of Frank’s father. It’s all part of a grand plan to take down the human trafficker who victimized her 15 years earlier. How Frank saves his father and get out of Anna’s dangerous game is the plot of the movie.

Performances:

A very good script first of all. Acting performances are very good. Action scenes are very good especially Loan Chabanol has performed extremely well as Anna. The movie makes you anticipate for the next scene as its earlier series movies.

My view:

You might miss JASON STATHAM in hand to hand battle sequence but as new transporter you will like Ed Skrein. But the credit also goes to story writer.

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Spectre Review

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A message from the dead m leads James Bond (Daniel Craig) to Mexico City and Rome, where he uncovers the existence of the sinister organization SPECTRE. As Bond ventures toward the heart of SPECTRE, he discovers a chilling connection between himself and the enemy (Christoph Waltz) head of SPECTRE. On the other side, New M is trying to stop merging of secret services of all countries as it would end the Intelligent service and bond program. What is the connection between bond and lead of SPECTRE, How he gets him and does bond able to stop merging of secret services is the plot of the movie.

Performances:

Script is very poor for the bond movie. Cinematography is very nice. Action scenes are very good in first half but then there is not much. Daniel performance is on average scale as bond. Léa Seydoux (Madeleine Swann) has done her part beautifully.

My view:

The start is very good but then the movie becomes too slow. Even the suspense part of the  movie doesn’t surprise you. As bond, Daniel lacks energy in this movie. Batista has only few line dialog and very dramatic action sequences. You might get a good relief when you get out of cinema hall.

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Prem Ratan Dhan Payo Review

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Prem Dilwale(Salman) is a stage actor. He met the founder of the Uphaar foundation princess Maithili(Sonam) in a relief camp. He falls in love with her. He came to know Maithili is coming for her fiance Yuvraj VijaySingh’s(Salman), prince of Pritampur, crowning ceremony. But VijaySingh’s brother Yuvraj Ajay Singh(Neil) planned an attack for his death. Though VijaySingh survived but injured badly. On the way to Pritampur Prem meets the chief security guard of Pritampur. As Prem and VijaySingh were looked same, Prem was replaced as VijaySingh till VijaySingh fully recovered. What drama takes place when Prem took place of Vijay, is the plot of the movie.

Performances:

Both the performances played by Salman is superb. Sonam looks very good as a princess. This was the opposite role of “Khubsurat” and she played it very beautifully. The supporting cast have given full support to the movie.

The story writer has written a good script and director has just put every bit of royalties in it to make every scene alive. Songs are second sole of the movie after Prem dilwales performance.

My view:

As a double role, Salman has this second movie in his list after Judva. But this time the innocence of Prem Dilwale is much more pure and the role is more powerful. the length of the movie can be reduced. On some portion movie becomes slow and feels overacting but on the next scene Prem Dilwale brings you back to the movie.

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