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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
Movies and TV shows are Certified Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 75% or higher after a set amount of reviews (80 for wide-release movies, 40 for limited-release movies, 20 for TV shows), including 5 reviews from Top Critics.
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Seriously this movie could have been something, if these people were invested more in making a Bollywood movie rather than a cheap James Bond film this movie would have done wonders. Technically brilliant and a convincing performance by Saif but flawed by a wannabe script and bad editing
Not a very tight script, but a genuine spy movie made-in-Bollywood. I wouldn't expect more. Very fine editing, cinematography, background score and on-screen presentation. Akshay Kumar would have suited better for the role, but Saif Ali Khan didn't disappoint me.
Sriram Raghavan impressed me for the third time in his third movie.
Agent Vinod directed by Sriram Raghavan is a long,tiresome movie.The movie is not focused on what it must be instead it keeps beating around the bush and just five-ten minutes when the movie is about to conclude,Raghavan packs up the scenes required and ends it.Agent Vinod should be watched for only its cinematography and performances of Ram Kapoor and Prem Chopra.A Disappointing venture!
A grossly misunderstood movie, this is the best spy movie ever made in India. Granted the movie could have been made better. Saif's character lacked personality and the conspiracy climax does no good unless the director plans to make a sequel ( a very good one!)
expected alot from the movie after the trailer released but this film turned out to be a pure disappointment. a wannabe James Bond film gone bad, some action scenes are well done, but story-line failed to impress, scenes were dragged and editing was just bad. Overall a failure.
This is one of those movies where the trailer makes you feel you have an intelligent spy - thriller at hand, but wait till you see the movie to burst your bubble of imagination. 15 minutes introduction scene of Saif in the beginning. The film could have been easily brought to 20-25 minutes shorter as the story doesn't have much in it. It's a film that has been made on such a huge canvas that pulls the bar of expectations but what we get on screen is far behind of the hype that the film has generated. The director takes the film over the top because in each of his sequence, one can notice that the film is trying to be clever, but it's actually not! Thanks to filmy dialogues and poor direction....!!!! Hopeless