xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage Movie Review. Hit Or Crap?

The much awaited movie, xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage has released and people are going crazy over it. It’s a first Hollywood movie for Deepika Padukone and she has done a great job in the movie. The movie is filled with high action sequences. And as per the critics, it’s a kind of movie that will either give you jaw dropping moments and will cheer you, but at the same time, it’s quite possible that it might put the rest to sleep.

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Here are the responses that movie has got from top critics. Have a look!

Hindustan times : 3/5

Depending on the type of movie lover you are, you could either expect to leave theatre with a happy and satisfied face or you could question yourself that why did you even think of watching this movie. Blame the hype, or blame it on Deepika; but we must accept the fact that this film is not intelligent. It’s loud, there’s barely any real human expressions and interaction, it’s epically goofy. Surprisingly Deepika Padukone’s character is given a good amount of screen time. Her chemistry is excellent with Vin Diesel. This movies isn’t that great but it must be appreciated. It’s the only logical choice that we have.

NDTV : 1.5/5

A Bollywood actress has never played the female lead in a Hollywood film before. For that fact alone, one might be excited to go and check out this movie. But be warned: while Deepika may not be mere arm candy here, she isn’t the main attraction of the plot either.

Firstpost : Deepika, Vin try to save this film but failed

xXx: Return of Xander Cage is an impeccable case of movie producers ruining a strong plot, character profundity and advancement and well-thoroughly considered discoursed for excellent blasts, firearms, punches, kicks, unpleasant s3xual moments and adolescent jokes, trusting that is the thing that makes a decent activity film.

Indiatoday : 1/5 (Dumb fun, till a point)

There’s Vin Diesel, and there’s our famous Indian on-screen character (Deepika Padukone),famous Hong Kong martial artist (Donnie Yen), then include two more from the South-East; Thailand’s Tony Jaa (the Ong-Buk movies) and Chinese performer Kris Wu. Insufficient? Toss in Neymar Jr. Gracious, obviously, Samuel L Jackson, and a pack of other mainstream faces, including Ruby Rose from Orange Is The New Black. Phew. All settled. $250 million least from universal markets sorted. Presently, include some story and crap.
You have different alternatives in the theaters this end of the week; treat yourself to those rather than this. Feel sorry for Deepika Padukone couldn’t make her Hollywood introduction with an all the more less-forgettable film.

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