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Creature 3D Hindi Movie Review

Creature 3D Rating: 1.67/5

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Creature 3D Hindi Movie Review

Ratings:2/5 Review By: Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN

Alas the film doesn’t spook you, or deliver so much as a few cheap thrills despite the pop-out 3D effects. This is standard B-movie material that plods on for a full 2 hours and 15 minutes. Still, I’m going with a generous 2 out of five for Creature. It’s an ambitious attempt, weighed down by pedestrian storytelling.

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Ratings:– Review By: Komal Nahta Site:Zee ETC Bollywood Business

On the whole, Creature has novelty for the Hindi film-going audience and the fairly nice 3D effects, but a dull second half will limit its box-office prospects. It can hope to do fairly well in single-screen cinemas and in small centres, but business in multiplexes and big centres will be below the mark. In the final tally, it will prove to be a loss-making venture.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Meena Iyer Site: Times Of India (TOI)

The plot revolves around folklore that there are Brahmarakshas—some kind of creatures who are suffering from the curse of Lord Brahma. These half-men, half-animal creatures, according to the film’s story, still exist in Indian jungles because they cannot find salvation. The action picks up when the s**y girl and the 10-feet long creature (an amalgamation of Phantom, the ghost who walks, and Steven Spielberg’s dinosaur from Jurassic Park) lock themselves in battle.

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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By: Anupama Chopra Site:Hindustan Times
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Ratings:4/5 Review By: Hungama Network Site:Bollywood Hungama

On the whole, CREATURE is indeed a film which is meant for the masses who yearn for some ‘zara hatke’ subjects. CREATURE is a good example of what Bollywood is capable of when it comes to vfx heavy films. It surely is a promising start for more sci-fi vfx heavy movies. Fear definitely has a new face. If you want to get spooked and that too in 3D then, CREATURE surely wouldn’t let you down.

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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By: Shubhra Gupta Site:Indian Express

 Of course everything leads to the face-off between the creature and the girl, with a little bit of help from the guy. Bhatt bungs in a ‘praacheen mandir’ and an old rifle and bullets dunked in `holy’ water : this is Bollywood, how can we do without hocus-pocus? My question: Is this what poor Bipasha Basu has come to now?

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Ratings:0/5 Review By: Paloma Sharma Site:Rediff

There are so many loopholes in the plot that I could embroider on it a cross-stitched portrait of Sajid Khan, which would be a lot scarier. Creature 3D is just about as thrilling as the prospect of attending extra classes during summer vacation. The only real monsters in it are the people who unleashed it upon the rest of us.

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Ratings:0.5/5 Review By: Saurabh Dwivedi Site:India Today

Director Vikram Bhatt thinks the audience is fool and that is why he has tried to sell old story in a new package. 3D effects are also very average. If you have watched this film in theatre then the money that you spent will frighten you till next Friday. Half star to the film for the bravery of the whole team of Creature 3D. After all, it takes days and months to make even a bad film.

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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By: Rohit Vats Site:Hindustan Times

As you figured out, the story of Creature 3D is as redundant as the role of the palace in Khooni Haveli. The film follows a classic screenplay structure, of Indian ghost films, which means the beginning is also the end, of your mental peace and trust on Bollywood writers. Watch Creature 3D only if you can’t sleep without watching a monster movie. Creature 3D gets one for the film, and 0.5 extra for the VFX.

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Ratings:1/5 Review By: Mohar Basu Site:Koimoi

As you figured out, the story of Creature 3D is as redundant as the role of the palace in Khooni Haveli. The film follows a classic screenplay structure, of Indian ghost films, which means the beginning is also the end, of your mental peace and trust on Bollywood writers. Watch Creature 3D only if you can’t sleep without watching a monster movie. Creature 3D gets one for the film, and 0.5 extra for the VFX. Yes, it is not the worst film I have seen all year but if a so-called horror film has you rolling with laughter, it isn’t hard to gauge that the film has no intentions of creating history.

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  1. koimoi has given 1/5 not 0.5 correct it

  2. Vikram bhatt please remake to PURANA MANDIR.

  3. Jitne critics is movie ko kam star diye he vo pahle ek horror movie banake dikhaye , aap hit comedy,hit love story ,hit action movie bana sakte ho lekin ek horror hit movie banana bahut mushkil hota . critics ko khud ko to kuch aata nahi he lage he dusro ko criticize karne.

  4. bhai ye batain aise kary gay tou galyan tou khae gay na .. bary aa critics karny ! ek nay tou 0.5 dya hai jesy us k kehny par log movie nae daikhy gay…so remove it (Please don't use abusive language)

  5. expect Hungama Network..All critics are stupid non sense and time wasting ! they don't know any thing about bollywood

  6. suna hai ki Creature 3 D Chipkali Version hai Jurassic Park kaa

  7. CREATURE (3D):
    ‘Khooni Darinda' by Vikram ‘Ramsay’ of 2014! [1.5/5]

    There is a monster on loose in the forests of Himachal Pradesh. Allegedly it is a ‘BrahmRakshasa’ described well in Hindu Mythology as half man-half animal breed cursed by Lord Brahma and to kill it, one should have weapons dipped in the ashes of Peepal tree leaves but wait, it doesn’t work and as Rakesh Bedi gets amazed in the famous Kaayam Choorna TV Commercial, the lead protagonist admits, “Ispe toh inn goliyon ka bhi asar nahin”. Thank God, there is a Plan B mentioned somewhere! Now, we have bullets soaked in the holy water of a famous Hindu Sacred temple, that too on the most auspicious day of the year!

    This is not a sleazy story in 90’s ‘Manohar Kahaaniyaan’. This is not a Ramsay Brothers B-grade horror. This is a Vikram Bhatt film labeled as ‘India’s first creature film’ and shamefully seeing light of the day in 2014. Bollywood should get a round of applause for coming so far in all these years! Silliness can be fun; absurdity sometimes does produce entertainment of some kind but so much of regressive approach! Someone somewhere definitely needs a serious therapy and in this case, my sympathies are with the makers.

    CREATURE (3D) has Bipasha Basu, playing a hotelier with a past and pills to fight anxiety and the way she acts, you can make out from a mile ago that her medical condition is all made up to show her breathing heavily (…titillating for some, irritating for most) and with all the intensity. She has done masters in the same from of course the ‘Bhatt school of Horror’. You should learn from her how to start or end a conversation with a terrible vocal act of exhaling or inhaling. And if that was not enough, we have Imran Abbas Naqvi supposedly a TV star in Pakistan. Watching him acting in a ‘one expression’ mode is like paying tribute to all the John Abrahams of Bollywood. Why would you need to go out of this country to find such waste? We haven’t done with producing at our own yet.

    Now let’s get back to the primary cause for what the film has eventually been made. The 10-feet tall, Hulk-mates-dinosaur, man-eating monster created in highly potent visual graphics machines. No doubt, Bollywood has never seen anything like it before. And seriously, I don’t have any issues with how well it is made or just not but in the genre of horror, there is a certain rule. You can never unleash your force of horror wide-open in daylight to just show off how efficient you were at the execution level. It’s just a week before Priyanka Chopra advised in MARY KOM, “kisi ko itna bhi mat darao, ki darr hi khatam ho jaaye”. There comes a time when you only look at it and ask to yourself, “what the hell is this?”…for the creature and the film also!

    With inert songs modeled on Bhatt Camps earlier hits (‘Mehboob ki’ song of Imran’s intro is actually influenced by ‘Saanso ki jaroorat’ from AASHIQUI), terribly average dialogues and an exhaustingly irritating climax, this is a film that doesn’t deserve your attention, money or time. Vikram Bhatt was once a progeny of Mahesh Bhatt School of cinema. He is now creating one of his own, parallel to Ram Gopal Verma’s and Sajid Khan’s! You can ignore him…and the film! [1.5/5]

  8. GAURAV I want ask u some question ,
    1. which is your favorite movie in horror goner .
    2. which movie deserve 5 star in horror goner .
    3. are you like movies of every goner.
    4 . why different critics gives different opinion about same movie .


  9. abe poplu its genre not goner lolzzz

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