Mr. X

2015 [HINDI]

Action / Crime / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 11%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 12%
IMDb Rating 3.8 10 2111

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Nora Fatehi as Dancer
Amyra Dastur as Siya Verma
Bikramjeet Kanwarpal as Devraj Verma
646.13 MB
fre 2.0
25 fps
1 hr 10 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by namashi_1 4 / 10

Good Idea, Gone Wrong!

Vikram Bhatt's 'Mr. X' rides on an interesting premise, that had tremendous potential to become a solid Sci-Fi Thriller, but what is eventually served here, is bland.

'Mr. X' Synopsis: After gaining the power of invisibility; a man becomes a vigilante, in order to take revenge on those who have wronged him.

'Mr. X' doesn't make use of its blockbuster storyline. The Screenplay is problematic & unconvincing. The Screenplay has a few good moments initially, but just drops later-on. You don't root or feel for the Protagonist in his quest for revenge.

Vikram Bhatt's Direction is below average. Cinematography is fair. Editing is zigzag. Music is the sole saving grace. Special Effects are ordinary.

Performance-Wise: Emraan Hashmi is strictly okay, delivering a very ordinary performance. Amyra Dastur looks gorgeous, but that's about it! Arunoday Singh is better. He holds on his own as the villain. Funnyman Tanmay Bhat is unimpressive.

On the whole, 'Mr. X' doesn't work.

Reviewed by nairtejas 1 / 10

Even Emraan Hashmi Couldn't Save It. ♦ 0%

I usually abstain myself from rating a film 0%, but earlier this year Roy (2015) and then Ek Paheli Leela (2015) forced me to go ahead with naught. Vikram Bhatt's latest experiment also falls in the same category.

With a feeble opening sequence, the film begins to confirms its audience's nightmare by constructing a make-believe story on a clumsy and baseless plot. Raghu (Hashmi) is an officer with the anti- terrorist squad who is cheated by his own men and eventually murdered. Only, to find that he's not really dead, but invisible; and helping him in becoming undead is, no prize for guessing, none other than the Almighty. Now, as absurd as it sounds, the writers flounder with the most basic factor involved in a sci-fi setup like this - they fail to distinguish between science and God. And we end up wondering - was it God that made him invisible or science? And if you choose to watch this (which I am advocating you not to), that should be the one thing you must try to find out, for there is not much excitement anywhere else.

There is dub-step music for revelers if they feel like getting up in between the movie and dance. The dialogs are pure terrible with some examples that goes like "...nahi, tum kanoon mat todo..." as if justice is a ceramic plate, or "...jab science ko kuch pata nahi hota, to samaj lo wo Bhagwan hai..." While Emraan Hashmi is the showman, he clearly does what he was told and I am not much of a fan of his script- choosing abilities. His co-actor Amyra Dastur should have packed her bags the day she was cast opposite Prateik Babbar in her debut film. She CANNOT act. Period.

In addition, the CGI makes Jaani Dushman (2002) look like a masterpiece. There is no single source of entertainment in this film that one could possibly extract. With scenes copied from Badshah (1999) and The Italian Job (2003), Mr. X should be shoveled right into where most films of the Bhatt clan go: the overfilled dustbin.

BOTTOM LINE: I cannot be more critical than this and if you still decide to watch it, then let Mr. X save you. 0/10 - fail.

Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES

Reviewed by silvan-desouza 2 / 10

Yet another Bhatt production in the same old style

Invisible films have cashed lot of moolah, be it MR INDIA(1987) in India or Hollywood's own HOLLOWMAN. Recently there was RGV's Gayab which was a flop. This film too will follow suit. The film is made by Bhatts, so the focus is on love story and kisses more then the real drama which off recent has become synomonous with their recent films. MR X is very illogical which can be forgiven but the handling is nothing great. The film is very predictable, worst of all the liberties taken are hard to digest The film also follows the typical Bhatt formula of including sex and songs in every thing.

Direction is nothing great by Vikram Bhatt Music is typical Bhatt style, the songs are good but nothing out of the world, Bhatt's debut as a singer is alright SFX are inconsistent, at times good while at times not too good

Emraan Hashmi does his part superbly as always but sadly his role doesn't seem anything extraordinary and he is made to do the same things he did earlier Amyra Dastur last seen in Issaq doesn't sync well as the cop, but does well in emotional scenes Arunoday Singh leaves no mark as the villain, he seems too shaky as always Tanmay Bhatt is okay

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