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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Reagan Gavin Rasquinha Site:TOI
While the previous film in this series set the stage for a hopefully interesting follow up, Allegiant turns out to be a bit of a letdown. Diehard fans might also find this movie a stretch or rather, a two hour stretch of a film that gets cheesier every ten minutes or so. The resultant product is something that isn’t quite unlike a B-movie where everything from the costumes and character styling (incidentally, how did Tris’ hair grow out so soon?) to the weapons (which look like they’re put together by a 10-year-old) to their dialogues, will make you cringe.
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Ratings:– Review By:IANS Site:Zee News
‘Allegiant’, the penultimate and the third film of the dystopian young adult fantasy Divergent series, is certainly notches better than its predecessor, “Insurgent”. It is more intriguing. But like in the two previous films, while there is some tension brewing constantly, the tale of this film does not move forward. Overall, there are wonders to be seen in this film and an impressive array of futuristic special effects, but it all feels like window dressing. This film will appeal to those who have seen “Divergent” and are cued into this dystopian society.
The Divergent Series: Allegiant Story:
Tris (Shailene Woodley) escapes with Four (Theo James) to journey beyond the wall that encloses Chicago. For the first time, they leave the only city and family they have ever known to find a peaceful solution. Once outside, they learn shocking new truths that render old discoveries meaningless. As the ruthless battle threatens humanity, Tris and Four quickly decide who to trust to survive. Tris must ultimately make difficult choices about courage, allegiance, sacrifice and love..
Cast: Shailene Woodley Theo James Jeff Daniels Miles Teller Ansel Elgort Zoë Kravitz Maggie Q Ray Stevenson Daniel Dae Kim Bill Skarsgård Octavia Spencer Naomi Watts
Release Dates: April 1 2016 ( India)