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(30835) 2.0 160 min 2018

Race 3 is a movie starring Anil Kapoor, Salman Khan, and Bobby Deol. Relationships and loyalties of a criminal family planning its next big heist are tested when some shocking revelations strike them.

Salman Khan, Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez
Action, Thriller
Remo D'Souza

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Action, Thriller
Director Remo D'Souza
Writer Shiraz Ahmed, Ali Jacko, Kiran Kotrial, Shiraz Ahmed
Stars Salman Khan, Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez
Country India
Runtime 2H 40M
Description Relationships and loyalties of a criminal family planning its next big heist are tested when some shocking revelations strike them.

Top reviews

Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 06:49

This movie is really just a Sisyphean series of escapades. The two thieves get their revenge, or at least that's what I think. That's the only reason I would bother watching this movie. The poor writing really made it feel like someone was trying to say, "We're going to go through this point again, and we're just gonna keep going, and if we can't figure out a way to kill these two, then we're going to kill them, because who really cares about the guy who escaped from prison for so long anyway, right?" That was actually a really funny line, and really added to the low quality of the movie. The other thing that really killed it for me, was the ludicrous writing. I don't know if the writer had a habit of taking cheap shots on female characters and throwing them in his movie, or if the writers just thought, "Hey, why not?" As such, there are some really over the top and rather stupid scenes that don't add anything to the plot at all. The one thing that saved the movie from being a complete failure, was what the writers threw in as a result of these writer's decisions. The car chase scenes were the biggest source of the movie's plot, because the writer was obviously trying to make it appear that these were criminals and that they did something really bad. But even that wasn't really all that believable. On top of that, the scenes are all over the place. When they are in the car, it's very much like they are just making excuses for the character. On the one hand, the guy was probably a really creepy person, but on the other hand, you'd expect him to act completely normal, in a car that gets stuck in a highway. It seemed like the writer just wanted to make him so creepy that you would be put off. Another thing that didn't really help the movie was the music. I mean, really, the only reason I am saying this is because I can't hear a lot of the music. They went with the stereotypical 'the music is great' shot to the movie. Also, the music just seemed so forced in the movie. Maybe that's why I think it might have helped it. But I guess it's hard to blame the music when you have an overlong, boring story. The ending is also a great example of why the writing sucks. It is so unbelievable that these two thieves could have faked their death. Then, they start to do so, and all of a sudden, it's real. So, how did they fake their death? Well, they are both secretly murdering each other. One of them is the detective, and the other is a serial killer. Well, if you could imagine a serial killer in a detective's uniform with a pistol, you might get some idea of what I am talking about. There is a very good scene at the end of the movie, but it's not really what I think was the main focus of the movie. That's when they break into the house, and it's just nothing more than a set up. Maybe if it was a little more focused, then it would have worked. Overall, this movie is definitely not the best movie in the world. If you want a good, entertaining movie, watch Platoon or something, but don't try to think of this as a movie. I guess it was supposed to be a movie, but it was more of a random collection of events that just go together poorly.
Sunday, 10 May 2020 16:16

Beneath the glossy polish lies a dark mystery about a mysterious American, who moves into a quiet, English area of France. The man is ruthless and, although his motives are not fully understood, he becomes a huge trouble for his neighbours. As more and more of the locals start dying, he starts finding ways to escape his life, as he tries to find out what exactly he is doing here. Director Hans Zimmer who has made some very underrated films, from "The Sixth Sense" to "Tron", returns with "Devil's Due" and it's like "Tron", with a lot of blood and gore. This time he also brings along one of his very best composers, James Newton Howard, which really adds to the grittiness of the film. There is one very shocking and very graphic scene of bloodshed and it's one that you will definitely not want to see a second time. The film has a very unusual plot, and as a result it is very hard to follow. Also, the editing is a little erratic, as it constantly switches between scenes, and sometimes the film switches from one scene to another without any clear sequence. But when you see that Christopher Eccleston is in the film, you know that things will be coming along a little bit slow. Not all of the actors do a very good job in their performances. It would be easier to pick on Owen Wilson, who seems to do his best here, and he is not the only one with a bad performance, but he does a lot of the bad bits. When he is on screen, you'll find that he is not really making a bad performance, but he is just not given enough to do, and his bad acting is annoying, and he looks too old for his role. The rest of the cast does a good job, but not great. I like that the director brought in a French actor, Thierry Lhermitte, and he is a great actor. He really helps the film out. Also, there are a couple of French music tracks that are pretty good. The film is not perfect, but there is one very very graphic and very shocking scene that might not appeal to everyone. But, to me, that scene worked really well. The second film in this trilogy that I have seen, it does not look as great as the first film, but it is a good film, and worth seeing. * out of *
Thursday, 16 Apr 2020 15:16

I enjoyed this movie. The first thing to say is that it is a good action movie. I watched it with some friends and we were both entertained. You have this cool guy who appears to be the main character and then there is the buddy who is the best friend for him. As soon as the buddy turns up, the movie turns into another one. He picks up the bad guy and then they go up against the bigger bad guy. I must admit that when I saw this movie in the theater, I thought it was an action movie and then I saw it again and I realized it was a story about how people can go down in history. That made the movie more intense. Another thing that was great about the movie was the action. It was a very well made movie. It was even more enjoyable when you noticed how different the story was when you watched it the second time. The acting in this movie was great, but I enjoyed the relationship between the two leads. I thought it was very natural and believable. It made me look past the really low-budget and see the fine acting. It was more entertaining because I didn't know how things were going to play out. Also, I thought the use of sound effects were great and the sound was so well done. That also made the movie more exciting because I wasn't expecting any action sequences. I think most people can enjoy this movie for what it is. The action and acting were great, but the story is interesting. I loved the idea of the movie. It had twists and turns that made it exciting. I liked the way it was filmed. I thought it was a really cool movie, but the ending was a little disappointing. I liked the ending, but I thought that it didn't quite fit in. Overall, I thought this movie was a really well made movie and I enjoyed it very much. I think that it is a good movie for any action fan. 8/10
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 18:43

Ya. this movie had a lot of potential. Sure it was corny, but what movie doesn't. The action scenes were great, and the characters were well-written. They're likable, you really care about them, and there's a good sense of escalation. The relationship between the characters is all there, it's all based on the actors, and they all work pretty well together. The villain was awesome too. I don't want to give anything away, but there's something very satisfying about how you get to see the entire villain of the story emerge from the story and look just like the antagonist of the story. It's fun and satisfying, you can totally see how it was done. Then there's the action scenes. I don't want to give anything away, but they are good. They're fun, there are a couple really cool scenes in the film, and they are exciting. I loved that scene where the guy is running through the woods. That was cool and I laughed at how well it was done. It's not overly thrilling or fun, but I still think it's really fun and entertaining. The action scenes have been done before and it does have the same problem. It's corny, but what the hell? I know it's not like a high budget film, but it's just a movie. A movie. It's like when people say a film is bad because it has no action or something. I know some films are not as good as they think they are, and maybe they don't do a good job of filling up a movie, but that doesn't make a movie bad. They may be lacking something or they may be poorly made, but that doesn't mean a movie is bad. When you put all the pieces together and you have a good movie, it's still a good movie. That's what I mean when I say that the action scenes weren't as exciting as I'd like, and they certainly weren't corny. They were fun and fun to watch. It was just another good action movie. Overall: 8/10

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