Dhoom 3

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  • Release Date: Dec 20, 2013
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Generally favorable reviews- based on 33 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 21 out of 33
  2. Negative: 8 out of 33
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  1. Dec 25, 2013
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. This film is so bad I decided to make a metacritic account just to warn people of how bad it is; literally the worst film I have ever seen. The only reason I am giving this movie a 1 is because of how hot Katrina Kaif is. The crux of the movie is 100% copied from 'The Prestige,' a stupendous film by Chris Nolan. The rest of the film is straight Grand Theft Auto, only showing how Khan escaped from police rather than how he actually executed his heists. Half of this abysmal "movie" is in slow-mo. Literally every 30 agonizing seconds is a foolish slow motion scene with the annoying 'Dhoom' soundtrack going off like a siren. The stupidest scenes and plot points I have ever witnessed occur in this movie. A father commits suicide in front of his children, because a banker, only doing his job, takes away his property, which is in a -somehow- billion dollar location; A brother becomes the most evil person a brother can possibly be; The Chicago police and United States SWAT become worse law enforcement officials than India itself. They even had to bring police FROM India to help catch Khan. Someone slap me in the eyelash. In conclusion, you should only watch this movie if someone spends their more valuable time editing together all scenes with Katrina Kaif.

    One word for the movie bloodcurdling.
  2. Dec 22, 2013
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Without beating around the bush I have to state that Dhoom 3 was the worst movie I have ever seen. I mean I wouldn’t have been that disappointed if this movie had been the first in the series. After two above the average movies in the series with memorable acting, style and songs one expects certain standard of quality from the new one. But it was way below the standard, way below !
    The biggest letdown were the action sequences. Seriously, fighting with an Auto-Rickshaw That’s really a sorry opening scene for Mr. Abhishek. And of course the bike scenes. The movie was more concerned as to how the thief was evading the cops rather than the actual robbery. That’s really irritating. Because you see there is no thrill in that. You know eventually they are gonna get away, atleast with the robbery you get to see some innovative ideas for the heist like in Dhoom 2(though they were cheesy too). But still we get some thrill in the chasing scenes in this movie, like the bike can balance on a rope, remodel itself appropriately in tricky situations (like for instance a motorboat), and conjoin with another bike, jump whenever there is an obstacle, and in all these moment the cops are so stunned that they just can’t pull their triggers Those were by far the most intolerable scenes. And adding to the agony was the same Dhoom tune playing over and again in the background. It’s like Pritam was really lazy to do anything regarding this movie. Same goes for the songs, they which were much usual and old-fashioned.
    Now given the genre of the movie there cannot be many complaints about the character development, except for the thief i.e. The Clown. The movie had a sad and promising part in it, relating to The Clown (the twins). Like how one of them had to spend the whole time in the box, still being the integral part of the magic act, but the other got the whole credit. How one of them had the whole world to him, and the other just his acts. Yes there was a proper basic idea, that too portrayed Mr. Perfectionist himself, in the movie which could have been utilized to make a better soul touching movie, but they just made an another action-masala movie.
    The movie was basically about ‘The Clown’ itself, and Aamir Khan carried out the role with perfection. Whether it was the eccentric magician or the schoolboy kid. But then again there was no actual robbery but ridiculous chasing scenes which made no justification to his acting. Surprisingly Abhishek was better in this movie acting wise from the previous movies. Changing over from bad cop to good cop was something new from him. Uday Chopra had to just carry out the same acting from previous movies, hell he wasn’t required in this one. Katrina Kaif had an important role playing the love interest of one of the Aamir, but then again her character was treated poorly with no conviction.
    All in all review:
    Action: 1/5
    Music: 2/5
    Direction: 2/5
    Acting: 3/5
    Overall: 1.5/5
  3. Dec 26, 2013
    Movie has 2 parts Magic and Bike Racing Magic is almost taken from Prestige and The Racing part is just horrible nonsense comedy. Cops Chasing robbers was main theme of movie
  4. Dec 22, 2013
    It was like 'The Prestige' crossed with GTA.. a terrible fast &nd furious rip-off.. disappointed with the movie.. 3 hrs of unscripted drama &nd mindless high speed pursuits.. In simple terms, the movie fails miserably.. This is some of the laziest script writing I've had the displeasure to experience in years..
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Generally favorable reviews - based on 4 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. Reviewed by: Danny Bowes
    Dec 25, 2013
    Dhoom: 3 has — by far — the best action set pieces of the series.
  2. Reviewed by: Rachel Saltz
    Dec 22, 2013
    “Dhoom 3” is very much the Aamir Khan show.
  3. Reviewed by: David Chute
    Dec 21, 2013
    At their best, the lush yet punchy musical numbers that Acharya stages for Dhoom: 3 reach giddy heights of pop romanticism.