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Ender’s Game Review

Ender’s Game Rating: 3.25/5

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Ender’s Game English Movie Review

Ratings:3.5/5 Review By: Gavin Rasquinha Site:Times Of India (TOI)

Earth comes under attack from an alien race called the Formics. While a brave fleet commander Mazher Rackham (Kingsley) repelled the first wave of invaders, it is up to a young generation of the International Military under the command of Colonel Hyrum Graff (Ford) to save the planet. Hood (Tsotsi, X-Men Origins: Wolverine) keeps the film’s main message – that of militarizing kids – clear throughout. Digging a bit deeper, another question is posed – that if you were given the choice to kill someone who you know would return to kill you and your friends one day, would you go ahead and get them before they got you? Note: You may not like this film if you don’t enjoy sci-fi movies set in space.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Aubrey D Souza Site:Bookmyshow

The movie tries to do as much justice as it can to the book. It is visually beautiful. You get to see a very dystopian future. A world where manipulation of young minds is the norm. Basically, it is a notion that for the greater good , sacrifices have to be made. This is in the form of innocence lost. The characters are played well, you get to see a change within them as the movie progresses. The stakes for survival are made very clear at the start. The zero-gravity combat sessions are eye-catching, but if you have a weak stomach, try not to blow chunks. The audience will get to see massive battle formations and a very cool visual interface. The chemistry between the actors makes the movie enjoyable and engaging. But try not to expect a masterpiece of cinema.

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