The Crew 3D Movie Review
Rating :- 3.5/5 Reviewed by:Neil Soans Site: TimesofIndia
‘The Crew’ lands somewhat short of hitting the emotional mark as some of the beats are lost in translation (read ‘dubbing’), yet top-notch effects and an uncompromising second half puts it on par with some of the best action-adventure flicks Hollywood has to offer. Hopefully, this signals the infusion of more Russian cinema to Indian screens, something that film aficionados, and even casual moviegoers should look forward to.
Rating :- 2/5 Reviewed by: Deborah Cornelious Site:Thehindu
For the first half of the film, the audience is forced to endure inane back stories of the protagonists. The Crew’s two halves are incongruous. Do as you like during the first half, but, do not move from that theatre seat after the interval.When we’re done scratching our heads (and drawing blood) at the ludicrousness of the first half, finally disaster strikes. In his defence, Lebedev steps into his own when he has to direct his actors during a catastrophe. The cinematography is efficacious, with believable mushrooms of smoke and fire engulfing the island. The clawing lava inching towards its potential victims is what cinematic thrills are made of.
The Crew 90sec official Trailer – English