Machine Movie Review :
STORY: Another Baazigar with racing cars, in which hero cunningly deceive a girl to fall in love and later drop off cliffs.
MOVIE NAME: Machine
CAST: Mustafa (playing as Ransh), Kiara Advani(playing as Sarah)
GENRE: Thriller(Or Comedy?)
DURATION: 2 hours 28 minutes
RATING: 1.5 STAR
Abbas-Mastan’s pair added another thriller named ‘Machine’ after producing a lot of thriller and suspense films like ‘Khel’, ‘Bajigar’. Featuring Kiara Advani, Abbas Barmanvala’s son Mustafa Lead is in the roll. The weak link of the film is its story, which reminds of players and jugglers. From car racing to Murder Mystery, reminds of same films, due to which the comparison justified. The story could have been better. Prior to the release of the film, its songs could not be hit even more, which can also be blamed on opening and running of the film.
The film’s locations and camera work are awesome, but at the time the viewers on the twists and turns of the time were poor, the same twist is laughing at the same time, and it starts moving in the mind that whatever is happening Maybe they are not at all ahead. The length of the film is also quite long & lengthy and the big songs make it more messy. Because of this boredom starts to feel, which can shortened.
If you read this review, you had actually just watched the film because you have just turned yourself into a super-intelligent being. Its makes thinking what gone good that this film got managed to get scripted, publicized and also even hit theatres.
According to the heroine’s – Sarah (Kiara Advani) words, Ransh (Mustafa) is a Machine, having no heart. The machine was modify to fall in love with girls and then kill them in steal their money. Sarah also becomes his victim. But she soon revive and when she finds that her lover who with another girl she try to kill him. In the fight the girls saviour come. The saviour is the brother of a friend who got killed by Ransh. All this goes for for 2 hours and 28 minutes precisely.
The movie is not subtle for a single moment. Song come up as if they are in a timed schedule. The movie is out of logic.`