Commando 3 Movie Review: The film fails to pack punch despite Vidyut Jamwaal’s slick action

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Highlights

  • The film ‘Commando 3’ has hit the theaters today. It is the third installment of the Commando franchise.
  • The film features Vidyut Jamwaal and Adah Sharma in the lead roles
  • The story is about discovery of misguided men who were indoctrinated by Jihadis who were planning a destructive coup.

Cast

  • Adah Sharma
  • Vidyut Jamwaal
  • Angira Dhar
  • Gulshan Devaiah

Review

The third installment of the film is not half as entertaining as the second installment. This one is about discovery of few misguided men, indoctrinated by Jihadis who are planning a devastating coup to instill fear among the countrymen.

Besides Jamwaal’s stunts, there’s nothing interesting to vouch for in the film. The film suffers from a lack of creativity.

The plot of the film has a striking resemblance to many films made in the past. In the world of movies run by superheroes, it is arduous to impress the cine-goers with the same action flicks and therefore good plot and screenplay become necessary.

In the previous film, Adah Sharma’s comic turn allowed to make her presence felt. The film’s dialogues written to instill a sense of patriotism are monotonous. The biggest virtue of the film is the drumming up of patriotic bluster which tries its level best to draw a line of demarcation between terrorists and Muslims.

The lack of suspense makes the film dull and predictable. The mastermind behind the plan is revealed at the beginning of the film.

Even the trope of villainous character fails to make an impact due to underwritten character. Devaiah’s cold-blooded actions don’t give any thrills to the audience.

Talking about the performances of the film, all the actors in the film perform their stunts very nicely but when it comes to acting all of them fall flat.

Overall, inspite of having an abundance of high octane action scenes, the film fails to pack a punch.

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