Creature 3D Movie Review

Friday, September 12, 2014
Here is the review for the movie Creature 3D. Watch out this space for more updates!
Rating:0.5/5 Review By:Saurabh Dwivedi Site:India Today
This story is just a trailer. You will face the real torcher only after watching Creature 3D after which you will no longer be a common man. Bipasha has looked sad throughout the movie, Imran Abbas Naqvi laso fails to impress and similarly rest of the cast. Songs of the film that sounded average in audio might look gauche in the video. Director Vikram Bhatt thinks the audience is fool and that is why he has tried to sell old story in a new package. 3D effects are also very average. If you have watched this film in theatre then the money that you spent will frighten you till next Friday. Half star to the film for the bravery of the whole team of Creature 3D. After all, it takes days and months to make even a bad film.
Rating:1.5/5 Review By:Rohit Vats Site:Hindustan Times

One can forgive Imran Abbas for forgetting that his hand is severely injured in the climax, but can you really forgive him for looking teary-eyed all the time. Mukul Dev is one good actor, please fetch him meaty roles. Same goes for Deepraj Rana, who is toned down just to give the other actors a sort of leverage on over-acting. Bipasha Basu tries her best to hold the film together, but a flawed script hampers her efforts. She is the most natural of the lot. It's not Bipasha's fault that the characters forget to use fire torches against the Brahmarakshasa despite knowing its advantages. Yes, box-office is a different ball game altogether, and the audience will decide the film's fate, but failing to make a not-so-regressive film is the director's fault. Watch Creature 3D only if you can't sleep without watching a monster movie. Creature 3D gets one for the film, and 0.5 extra for the VFX.
Rating:4/5 Review By:Bollywood Hungama News Network Site:Bollywood Hungama
On the whole, CREATURE is indeed a film which is meant for the masses who yearn for some 'zara hatke' subjects. CREATURE is a good example of what Bollywood is capable of when it comes to vfx heavy films. It surely is a promising start for more sci-fi vfx heavy movies. Fear definitely has a new face. If you want to get spooked and that too in 3D then, CREATURE surely wouldn't let you down.
Rating:1/5 Review By:Mohar Basu Site:Koimoi
Creature 3D can kill you with its sheer dumbness. While the low-IQ, unresearched Brahmrakhshas saga tries every expected trap in the book to terrify you, it either evokes a smirk or a laugh in return at every juncture. It is not just a bad film, it is an obnoxiously abhorrent film. Nothing and nobody works here. The film does everything to reduce you to a migraine struck creature and I urge you to save yourself because I could not!​​​ Saridon please, someone!​
Rating:3/5 Review By:Meena Iyer Site:Times of India
With the film being done in 3-D, you find the creature's talons and tail reaching out for you in your auditorium seat. For a teeny-weeny part, that smile disappears. And as your palpitations rise, severed blood-soaked limbs pile up.There is a romantic track between Imran Abbas Naqvi (Karan Malhotra) and Bipasha that should have smouldered. However, it falls flat because there is no chemistry between the lead pair. Bipasha is steamier when flirting with danger (read creature). Also, had this film been 15 minutes shorter, it could have been more spine-chilling.


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