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Ratings: 1.5/5 Reviewer:Taran Adarsh Site:BollywoodHungama
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FOX starts off very well. The suspense builds up beautifully… in fact, everything's going fine till it's time to lift the veil of secrecy. A number of sequences are truly well canned and the characters and situations only evoke mystery. In fact, FOX has an intriguing start and an absorbing middle the conclusion lacks fizz. The film ends on a tepid note, with things suddenly turning 'filmy'. The villain's motive seems so bizarre and predictable that it puts you off instantly. In fact, whatever impression you may've generated evaporates into thin air. Strangely, most film-makers in Bollywood just don't give a proper conclusion to suspense thrillers. The wrap up is just not compelling, with most films running out of steam in the final leg. FOX falls in this category.
Ratings: 1/5 Reviewer:Syed Firdaus Ashraf Site:Rediff
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Answer: Run away.
What do you do when you see Deepak Tijori's new film Fox -- starring Sunny Deol , Arjun Rampal , Sagarika Ghatge and Udita Goswami -- in theatre hoardings?
Answer: Run away faster.
The basic concept of the film is fairly imaginative but could have been more riveting if supported by smarter writing and slicker direction, both credited to Deepak Tijori. The climax could momentarily impress you but on second thoughts when you mull over the mystery, it might sound extremely improbable. It seems as if the real perpetrator was almost laying a suicide trap for himself.On that note, Fox is a cinematic faux pas.Visit Site for More
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What makes Fox marginally engaging is Arjun Rampal and Sagarika Ghtage's chemistry. The two somehow manage to rise above the dull proceedings. Rampal is enjoying acting these days so even his wooden expressions actually work. Ghatge deserved a better dubbing artiste, but has a pleasing screen presence. All she needs is truly glamorous role in a lavish film. Udita Gowswami provides some of the oomph factor. However her role adds no meat to the subject. Deol tries hard to rise above a sketchy character and is saddled with mundane dialogues. Despite some jerky camera movements, Tijori shows a penchant for thrillers in his shot taking. Next time he needs a better screenplay.Fox has its thrilling moments but is too slow to make an impact.