Broken Horses (2015) English Movie Review | 8 Critic Reviews | Vincent D'Onofrio

Broken Horses Review

Vincent D’Onofrio, Maria Valverde, Anton Yelchin, Chris Marquette, Jordi Caballero, Sean Patrick Flanery
Broken Horses (2015) English Movie PosterVidhu Vinod Chopra
Vidhu Vinod Chopra
Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Abhijit Joshi
Tom Stern
John Debney
produced by:
Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Subhash Dhar
Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
run time:
101 minutes

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Broken Horses English Movie Review

Critic Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)

  •  Times Of India | Review By -Reagan Gavin Rasquinha Rating-7
Tom Stern's innovative use of light and shadow for the daytime, interior and night-time scenes add weight to the film, conveying the appropriate moods effectively. The evening shadows only highlight the sense of intrigue and dark secrets that abound in this town. Sure, there are

  •  India Today | Review By -Ananya Bhattacharya Rating-4
In all, Broken Horses comes across as Parinda, with non-Indian actors. But then, while Parinda was a brilliant film, given its context and milieu, this one doesn't impress as much. Watch it if you're keen on seeing what the first Hollywood film written,directed and produced by an Indian filmmaker is like.

  •  Koimoi | Review By -Surabhi Redkar Rating-5
It is hard to see a fine writer and director like Vidhu Vinod Chopra struggle with his own script. After witnessing his notable works such as Khamosh or for that matter his simplistic writing of Ferrari Ki Sawaari, his first Hollywood drama seems quite fickle. Why was a fresh script so difficult

  •  Book My Show | Review By -Tanaya Ramyani Rating-5
This year, ace film producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra takes a major leap with his film Broken Horses. Inspired by his previous film "Parinda", Broken Horses marks Chopra’s Hollywood directorial debut. Just like Parinda, Broken Horses is dark yet emotional at times. But here, we are taken through

  •  Business Of Cinema | Review By -Tara Agrawal Rating-4
While the technical departments – sound, camera, production design – are in fine form, the dialogues are inconsistent and the screenplay largely predictable. The crime drama is a far cry from its original starting point and a dissatisfying effort at an American western, which leaves you wondering
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  •  Deccan Chronicle | Review By -Kusumita Das Rating-3
The film has its flaky moments of style but the lack of consistency is too much to endure. Chopra in one of his interviews said, “I let my childhood fantasy overrule my rational senses. That’s the only reason the film exists.” He also had four years and 20 million dollars. That’s all very fine but

  •  Indian Express | Review By -Indian Express Rating-5
Chopra keeps Broken Horses short and crisp at around 100 minutes, and its violence precise and clipped, a welcome break from similar films that thrive on their glorious celebration of blood. However, with a wisp of a backstory and an embarrassingly simple front one, its largely solid

  •  Hindustan Times | Review By -Sarit Ray Rating-3
Chopra, unfortunately, looks devoid of inspiration as he ships plot points and characters "somewhere near the Mexican border", and leaves behind all the clever camera work, and the grit. Instead, there are uncomfortable close shots, a standard dawn-orange quality of light

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