A romantic-thriller during the war.

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English, Hindi
06 Jan, 2017
2 hrs 05 mins
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Max Vatan, a Canadian Air Force intelligence officer marries Marianne Beausejour, a French Resistance fighter, after they fall in love while accomplishing a mission together. However, a few years after their marriage, Max suspects that Marianne is a German spy.
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Verdict: A wartime love story sans romance. There`s much hype around the new release, Allied, starring Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard. It is not much to do with the film itself, rather the alleged romance between its lead stars, resulting in the biggest celebrity divorce of 2016. Pitt and Cotillard were rumored to have taken their onscreen chemistry to the []... ...Read full review
The Gigli Effect, a phrase coined approximately 5 minutes ago (so go easy), is defined as that phenomenon in which a much-hyped movie tanks embarrassingly upon release primarily due to its stars domestic drama overwhelming everything else. It was named after Gigli, that abomination of a film starring Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez, which has, since its release in 2003, found a new lease of life as the source of endless amusement for the curious and adventurous moviegoer. ...Read full review
The year is 1942. During the World War II, Max Vatan (Brad Pitt), an Intelligence Officer of the Royal Canadian Air Force travels to Casablanca to assassinate the German Ambassador. His partner for the Mission is a French Resistance fighter named Marianne Beausejour (Marion Cottilard). These two fall in love and marry. But does the honeymoon last? ...Read full review
Over the last seven decades, World War II has continued to provide fodder to filmmakers. While some have chosen to showcase the gory aspects, others like Casablanca (1942) and The English Patient (1996), to name just two, have neatly struck a balance between mush and war. Similarly, Robert Zemeckis` Allied recounts the love-story of Max and Marianne in his signature sensitive style, mounted stylishly against a vintage backdrop. The movie has both intrigue of treason and the passion of the players. What works for it, is the filmmaker`s adept story-telling technique. And though the screen proceedings are dominated by just the two protagonists, the remarkable performances from Pitt and Cottilard keep you rivetted. ...Read full review
There is a lot of Casablanca in Allied down to the setting, the war, the spies, the Vichy and Resistance, the Germans, a piano, and the song, Le Marsailles, to be played at a crucial point. But where the 1942 film had its war loyalties clearly defined, the passage of time allows Allied to take its characters beyond WWII, while not asking too many questions about it either. ...Read full review

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