Force 2 Reviews by Critics – Checkout the Movie reviews of Force 2 by Critics. The John Abraham and Sonakshi Sinha starrer will have an average start at the box office and will be depending on the reviews to help its growth at the box office.
Talking about the performances, John Abraham excels as ACP Yashvardhan. The actor capitalizes on his limited ability to emote since the character demands the same and performs the action sequences with utmost conviction. Sonakshi Sinha does not have much to offer in terms of performance as well as action. Her part is badly written but had the potential to be an remarkable one in her career. Tahir Raj Bhasin is the best amongst the entire lot of actors in the film and adds his own distinct touch to the character of the antagonist.
To sum up, Force 2 can be watched for the action sequences and locations however the ones expecting a gritty action thriller would come out being disappointed.
Bollywood Hungama Review
On the whole, FORCE 2 is a power packed adrenaline pumping action thriller which has the right mixture of zing and force. At the Box-Office, the film will be appreciated by the audience. However the lack of chartbuster music, romance and demonetisation might act as a spoilsport for the movie. All in all, FORCE 2 is however worth a shot!
India Today Review
The narrative is kept straight throughout, sans any convolutions as such. Kudos to writers Parveez Sheikh and Jasmeet K Reen for that. Force 2 has some well-choreographed action sequences with guns blazing in full glory. KK and Yash hardly pause for a breath.Force 2 raises a tricky point. Should RAW agents be named and called martyrs instead of the country washing its hands off them if they’re killed in service? Maybe the government will be able to answer that. As for us commoners, Force 2 is a decent one-time watch. Just make sure your ears are seasoned to bear loud noise.
How do you better a sequel to an already successful first part? You start with the writing. Get a gripping narrative, stay true to the genre and present a new story with dollops of nostalgia Force 2 is a great watch mainly because it stays true to its genre and provides ample adrenaline rush. John Abraham is in top form and the film has some of the best action sequences shot this year. Force 2 has loads of bang worth your buck.
Times Of India Review
The thing that works in Force 2’s favour is pacing. In spite of a familiar story, the action sequences are timed perfectly and executed stylishly. The story is excruciatingly generic. A mastermind has an ulterior motive behind betraying his nation; the heroes must then strike a balance between morality and vengeance. It’s a decent time at the cinema for the thrill-seekers; the action won’t disappoint. Go ahead and may the force be with you!
Gulf News Review
There’s something incredibly satisfying about a villain, who’s one step ahead of the heroes in a film.Force 2, starring Sonakshi Sinha and John Abraham as undercover agents, score big on that front.The cat and mouse game that the villain plays with the protagonists is snappy, slick and fast-paced. There are well-executed car chases in scenic Eastern Europe, bombastic explosions and enough testosterone flying around to keep you satiated.While that answer may remain elusive, Force 2 is engaging enough to give it a shot.
Thanks to the fast-paced narrative, Force 2 gives the audience little space to draw away from the hurly-burly, survey the action from a distance and spot holes in the construct. There are several, of course, but because of the power of the action scenes, the film works, if only at a very basic level. It’s the sheer predictability of this narrative form that drags Force 2 down a few notches. Be that as it may, it is an entertainer that passes muster. And if you are a John Abraham fan, there can be no reason whatever to give Force 2 a miss.
Abhinay Deo’s Force 2 means business and he’s not subtle about it. It may bill itself as a tribute to the unsung, undercover heroes of India’s Research and Analysis Wing but is mostly a flat out action spectacle where espionage is means for masala and Rumi is messenger of cipher codes. For a good part though, Deo’s headlong pace and high-octane hide & seek investigating the serial killing of RAW agents in China and Hungary works favourably for Force 2,
Packed with decent action and a cliched but gripping narrative, Force 2 comes as a surprise entertainer.Force 2 is surprisingly easily watchable. The film’s action sequences are shot well and those who love to watch John Abraham in his usual rough and tough avatar, will enjoy it.Force 2 is a Bollywood action entertainer. Don’t go with high hopes and you’ll surprise yourself. I am going with a 3!