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Thomas Hall
Thomas Hall


After Predator 2 took you to the city slums and Alien vs. Predator 1 and 2 took you to a campfest, Predators takes you back to the exotic and mysterious feel of the jungle, where a group of mercenaries, soldiers, criminals and doctors mysteriously lands in a jungle located on the planet inhabited by the Predator creatures. They become prey of those aliens in a deadly hunting game and they need to join forces to destroy the creatures and escape the planet. Like the original Predator movie, this sequel is action-packed with a scary sci-fi element to it. The plot is intriguing and fast-paced; you won't see much fillers or subplots in this movie - just to-the-point and non-stop action. The parts where each of the group members attempt to survive and escape the Predators' grasp provides heart-pounding excitement, and the personal agenda and secret background of each character give the film suspenseful surprises. Nimród Antal did a fine job directing and the writing team provided a pretty solid script. The jungle setting gives you an eerie, exotic and mysterious outer-planet feel, and the design for the classic Predator and the new Predator creatures are creepy, but spectacular. A main issue I have with the movie is the cast. Though OK overall, the characters weren't as memorable or impressive as in the original Predator movie and I thought Adrian Brody was terribly miscast as Royce. His over-exerting Batman-style voice and macho image wasn't too convincing for me, though he did make a good effort. Royce's group overall wasn't as heroic or courageous as Dutch's group in the original movie. And, the second issue ***spoiler ahead*** was that I thought the movie was anti-climatic and left too much plot-threads hanging at the end. Overall, it doesn't surpass the original Predator movie in entertainment and quality, but miles ahead of the other Predator and Alien vs. Predator sequels in the genre. Grade B-


The bad:I am not totally against the use of bad language in films - some times it is totally appropriate - but I think there were times in this movie when it was just being used for the sake of it, and/or just to get cheap laughs from teenagers who still find the use of the F-word funny. One thing I love about Bollywood is it manages to get laughs with having to resort to bad language - and long may it remain that way.The good:The plot is fast-paced and it gets down to business pretty much from the get-go. I was watching it with my 17 year-old son and he thoroughly enjoyed it (maybe he is the target audience for gross-out comedy). It has some classic comedic moments and there were many times I laughed out loud.If you enjoyed Hangover then this is likely to be something you'll enjoy too.I did watch it with sub-titles on, but from what I can remember the dialog is almost all in English. Maybe this was to try and give it wider appeal.

Delhi Belly is one good entertainer for an Indian adult who loves sarcasm & is a slight masochist. The story is nothing new but the plot derived out of it, with amazing screenplay & direction delivers a fine entertainer. The jokes are good & slapstick involved (mostly with Vir Das & KRKapoor) is splendid.Vijay Raaz's is my favorite character out of all. Music is electrifying by Ram Sampath & overall a nicely carved movie is what Delhi Belly is. With every nauseating details taken care of & a fantastic filmmaking aura surrounding it (Aamir Khan), it is a mus watch. A new-age contemporary!Songs are very good with strange lyrics. Although, the language is very foul. Many references are vulgar; visual vulgarity is avoided but not fully filtered. You may not want to watch it with your family or little ones because, Delhi Belly is bold, smart & crazy.BOTTOM LINE: Must-watch for every Indian adult! A smart movie!MESSAGE: Do not get involved in smuggling rackets; live life like every day is last day.Can be watched with a typical Indian family? NOProfanity: Strong Sex: Strong (Visuals: Mild; Audio: Critical; Implications: Strong) Nudity: Mediocre Violence: Strong Gore: Strong Vulgarity: Mediocre Smoking: Mild Alcohol: Mild Drugs: No


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