Race 3
You don't need enemies when you have a family

Race 3

15 Jun, 2018
2 hrs 40 mins
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The third installment of Race comes with high octane action and drama dealing with a family involved in crime, where people change colours in the blink of an eye. When Sikandar (Salman Khan) is entrusted with a high stakes heist, we discover a dysfunctional family on the verge of self-destruction. But in a world of unexpected twists, everything is not as it appears.
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Verdict: This Eid, Salman Khan adds another blockbuster to his list. The Race series is back with its third edition and this time it is bigger and better. Unlike the first two movies directed by Abbas-Mastan, this one has been directed by Remo D`souza. The cast and crew have been changed and the series, like its true nature, has taken a new and unexpected turn. Race 3 is the solo release of this w... ...Read full review
The Race franchise is known for its hyper stylized characters and high octane action. These films have expensive cars and fancy set pieces, they have everything to please the average action movie buff and James Bond fans. Race 3 puts the pedal to the metal when it comes to making stylish statements. But as it zooms ahead in style, the substance is left behind in a cloud of dust. ...Read full review
Race 3 is everything film students are taught not to do, but then what do they know? From the first scene in which Anil Kapoor blows up a gang member with the help of a pen bomb to Salman coming to the rescue of his family in a base-jump suit, Race 3 unabashedly targets the fans. There isn`t any pretension of logical filmmaking or sound screenplay. It seems Race 3 categorically wants the non-Salman fans to mind their own business. ...Read full review
The movie is nothing but a recycled bin of too many car chases, explosions, buffed up characters strutting in slo-mo, and wilted lines. ...Read full review
What do you need for a Race movie? Firstly, an assortment of beautiful, bad people. These folks need to be staggeringly stylish and gleefully free of morals even when it comes to their own family. So in the first film, brothers try to kill each other and in the second, a brother and sister are murderous betrayers. In the first, both brothers have an affair with the same woman, prompting that memorably cheesy dialogue Kya zamana aa gaya shaadi chhote bhai ke saath aur suhaag raat bade bhai ke saath. There are no heroes in this franchise. Its 50 shades of grey. Here kameenapan is a badge of honor. You also need a steady supply of snazzy cars, gorgeous foreign locations, James Bond-style gadgetry, delicious dialogue-baazi and at least two killer dance numbers and half-a-dozen outlandish plot twists. ...Read full review
The makers of Race 3 have already declared that this is not a movie for critics. What theyre implying, predictably, is that critics are a bunch of joyless nitpickers who dont have an appetite for any movie that delivers strictly popcorn entertainment; for any movie committed purely to taking your mind off the real world for the duration of its running time. But hey, thats a false notion. I only have to point to the first Race from 2008, directed by Abbas-Mustan, or even to 2013s Race 2, to make my point. They were stylishly mounted, briskly paced, twisty thrillers that delivered varying degrees of guilty pleasure and dumb fun. Race 3 does not deliver fun. Race 3 is as enjoyable as jamming your finger in a door. ...Read full review

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