Confused About Which Film To Watch This Week? These #TwitterReviews Will Sort You Out!
A Gentleman,Babumoshai Bandookbaaz, The Hitman’s Bodyguard,Qaidi Band all released this Friday and it could not be a better time to catch up on all of them. The Box Office is busy this long weekend with these four big releases. The battle has begun, which film will you be grabbing your seats for?
The viewers are surely spoilt for choice since each of these films cater a different genre. If you are still confused and are unable to make a decision? Here are some honest Twitter reviews that will help you make the right choice!
Sidhart Malhotra plays Gaurav and Rishi who are polar opposites. Gaurav is the guy you’d like your parents to meet and Rishi not so much. These polar characters cause a lot of confusion in the plot. Jacqueline Fernandez is the femme-fatal with her own secrets to guard. Under the disguise of romance, this film promises to be an action packed adventure. Here is what the twitter audience had to say about it.
Its interval and tbh not even a single dull moment till now fuck the haters .. Full on action and entertainment , great bg 😍😍❤ #AGentleman
— Samᴬᴳᵉⁿᵗˡᵉᵐᵃⁿ⁻ᴬᵘᵍ²⁵ (@sammyrocky10) August 24, 2017
#AGentleman makes it quite clear that Raj & DK are bona fide film loving directors. Mad props. Was a blast.
— Ankit Ojha (@AnkitOjha) August 24, 2017
— | Muneera Akthar | (@MuneeraAkthar) August 24, 2017
— Apoorva Mehta (@apoorvamehta18) August 24, 2017
— Pooja solanki (@Iampoojaaa) August 24, 2017
Ryan Reynolds is back on big screen with action comedy and this time accompanying him is the equally funny Samuel Jackson! Ryan plays a top agent who has to protect the life of the world’s most notorious hitman (Jackson). You can expect lot of high speed car chases, sarcastic banter and some kick-ass stunts from the cast. Salma Hayek joins in the fun as the badass hitman’s wife.
Samuel L in #hitmansbodyguard reminded me of my life a little. Like am I some kind of magical chaos fairy? Also taught me to embrace it 😁😂
— Thug Unicorn (@CubanReyna) August 25, 2017
— Peter W. Allen (@peter_on_film) August 25, 2017
#hitmansbodyguard Tweet Review: The action and comedy makes up for the lack of a cohesive plot. You can't ask much more of an action-comedy.
— Shantanu David (@dilettantediner) August 24, 2017
Just saw #HitmansBodyGuard and was a hilarious action movie. Definitely deserves a sequel
— T (@T2Fly85) August 24, 2017
— Ms. A. ¯_(ツ)_/¯ (@LoveLifeSince86) August 24, 2017
Directed by Kushan Nandy this movie is a dark comedy. Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Bidita Bag play the lead characters who are up to no good. Both of them are contract killers competing for the Number 1 spot! More they kill, higher the chances of them winning! It sure sounds like an interesting concept. The desi-gritty treatment of the film is another reason for watching it!
The cast, script, screenplay and sharp editing, pacing, memorable first half… #BabumoshaiBandookbaaz
— Snehith Kumbla (@skwriterpoet) August 25, 2017
— Swapnil (@SwapnilDodmani) August 25, 2017
— Kriti Tulsiani (@sleepingpsyche2) August 25, 2017
— Renuka Vyavahare (@renukaVyavahare) August 25, 2017
— Anubhav Sinha (@anubhavsinha) August 24, 2017
This movie has a never-been-done-before concept. A bunch of youngsters who are innocent yet imprisoned wait for their under trails. They form a band and their music becomes their only solace. This film is also a debut machine for Aadar Jain and Anya Singh. Partnership of director Habib Faisal and music composer Amit Trivedi promise to make the film a cinematic experience worth buying your tickets for.
The brilliance of the film #Qaidiband lies in the music
— Pooja (@Pooja__G) August 24, 2017
When there is a director like Habib faisal, you can expect a brilliance like #Qaidiband
— Anupama (@Anupama75) August 24, 2017
Marathi actor Sachin Pilgaonkar is a true performer in #Qaidiband
— amarchand nandeibam (@amarchandnew) August 24, 2017
After watching #qaidiband, I researched and was shocked that basic human rights are not provided to undertrials.
— Aditi (@dil_13_te_80_ve) August 24, 2017
Best part about a film like #QaidiBand is that it doesn’t try to impress you. It simply wakes up. Just wow
— Umesh Goyal (@HappyToHLP) August 24, 2017
So which film are you booking your tickets for?
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