Force, the Bollywood remake of Tamil film Kaakha Kaakha, has received poor reviews from a gaggle of critics.
Are we surprised?
Of course, not.
Because, Force’s hero John Abraham can’t act.
And its heroine Genelia D’Souza can’t even spell the word acting.
Here’s what a bunch of reviewers had to say on Force:
For a genre that works purely on moronic logic and one-note screenplay, Force never had much to accomplish in the first place. But its complete lack of individuality or snap makes it a boring, banal, blah and bleak experience.
A perfectly good action film, shot interestingly, ruined by John Abraham’s casting. If muscles could speak, he’d be a great actor. But he’s not, whether he’s going after drug goons or flirting with a vivacious Genelia D’Souza. The result: the villain played by vidyut jamwal ends up looking heroic. This one has no force.
If only John Abraham’s muscles could act, “Force” would have been a good film. As it stands though, this is at best an average cop thriller. Watch at your own peril.
Suriya+Jyothika = Not Bad; John Abraham+Genelia = Bad