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If you enjoyed the original battle in 1980, you’ll like this even-handed retelling.
Tolstoy’s timeless tragedy gets a Russian makeover that is visually sumptuous but dramatically inert.
Stellar performances by Julia Robers, Owen Wilson and Jacob Tremblay make this tear-jerker more effective than you would expect.
Instead of tension and thrills, there’s just a bunch of clichés and an overwhelming sense of déjà vu.
Expect crude sexual humour and unwarranted manhandling; even the children aren’t spared.
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Planning to watch Fukrey Returns this weekend? Read our review first.
Will the film be a laugh riot? Kriti Tulsiani from News18.com is inside the theater to find out.
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