Attack Movie Review: A few days back, the trailer of a Hindi film came out, which was giving a Hollywood-like vibe with the look and feel. The film was ‘Attack’. This film starring John Abraham has been released. In the film, he played the role of an army man named Arjun Shergill.
A reliable soldier, not afraid of anyone, the one who cuts the right wire of the ticking bomb for the very first time. For some reason, he is made India’s first super-soldier. Words like nanotech and biotech are thrown at the audience, and Arjun becomes a super-soldier.
We keep checking even the old remote of the house in India by banging it. Then the Super Soldier also had to be tested. There is a big terrorist attack on the country, and the responsibility of saving is on only one.
As soon as you guess, 10 points will go to Garuddwara. What Arjun does next on his mission, is the story ahead. Hearing this, you will feel that what is new here. Have seen this many times before. A patriot who turns out to be a super-soldier. Also read: The Kashmir Files Box Office Collection Day 21
Which is being helped by a robot. We have seen this in Hollywood movies. The concept of machines and artificial intelligence is foreign to us. The makers also know how much influence Hollywood films have on this film.
There is a line in the film when the technology of Super Soldier is being explained, then a person asks whether a Hollywood film is going on. If the film is to be described in one line, then it will be said that I tried to make an English film with Indian actors.
But this is not the problem. There is an influence of some work on every creator. The problem is to be typical in your approach. Even before something so typical happens, the Akha public knows who is going to come. You may like: Cobalt Blue Official Trailer Released – Watch
Attack Movie Review
The boy and girl met for the first time, and how they collided with each other. This method has become so overused that now I do not even feel like saying cheesy. The weight of the girl’s friend will be a little more, so the boy will save his attention for the girl, and ignore his friend.
Then come to the songs. Where is the story taken on the pretext of which? We understand that the film wanted to reach the super-soldier part by doing whatever it takes. But the story before that could have been given space.
Especially some scenes which were made as breakpoints for the character, such scenes were also left without depth in the process of getting rid of them in a hurry. After the film of 01 hours, 45 minutes is over, then loud moments come to mind.
The entire emphasis of the film rested on such moments. Arjun’s family and love life wanted to cover everyone but could not do it properly. Just like the kid who wants to cover the entire syllabus a night before the exam but is not able to prepare even a chapter convincingly.
Due to the hurried writing of the film, there is no memorable performance in the acting part. In one or two places, John needed to show his emotions, his toughness, but he seems to be struggling in those scenes. What I did not like in the film, he told. For you: Web Series & Films OTT Release: These Movies and Shows will be released on OTT Soon
Attack Movie Review
What’s good, now let’s talk about that. This is the first film of the film’s writer-director Lakshya Raj Anand as a director. According to his directorial debut, he has done a good job in action scenes.
At the beginning of the film, the Indian Army goes on an operation. There is a lot of firing and bombing in this scene. Here close-ups of the characters were taken, and the camera was kept in handheld mode so that the action going on in the scene does not look flat.
The rest of the hand-to-hand combat scenes are also worth watching, which deserve hooting. The film tries to create a complete moment for these loud moments and then justifies it in these scenes. There is slight humor in between. Like this dialogue, the enthusiasm of the soldiers of today is very high.
In comparison to John Abraham’s previous release ‘Satyamev Jayate 2’, ‘Attack’ doesn’t seem like a shrewd, nor a completely dismissive film. The action parts are its strongest point. Otherwise, it wants to cover a lot in less runtime, and that’s where it messes up. Keep reading: Top 10 highest-grossing Indian movies that left everyone in Shock