Cargo Review

Original, imaginative, and innovative SciFi Indian movie. We should be proud that the Indian film industry has finally taken a few baby steps towards much needed SciFi films. Makers should select more illustrative storytelling to target a bigger audience base.

A story of the near future where Rakshasa and Manushya have reached a peace treaty. Strong mythological references like brave powerful rakshasa – Prahastha, Pushpak vimaan etc, have added depth to the movie.

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DIRECTION
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STORY
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SCREENPLAY
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ACTING
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CINEMATOGRAPHY
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EFFECTS
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PACE
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EDITING
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ART DIRECTION
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DIALOGUES
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MUSIC
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FEEL GOOD
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OVERALL
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NEPOTISM QUOTIENT
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ORIGINALITY QUOTIENT
CONNECTION INDEX
34%
CLIMAX INDEX
62%
ENTERTAINMENT INDEX
51%
  • Vikrant Massey
  • Shweta Tripathi
  • Nandu Madhav
  • Ritwik Bhowmik
  • Hansal Mehta
  • Biswapati Sarkar
  • Arati Kadav

1 Hours 53 Minutes

POSITIVES

Originality, content, intent, and dialogues. You can feel the efforts put in by makers to tell a story with some inspiring and subtle meaningful messages.

NEGATIVES

Pace is slow and world buildup in this story is weak. World build is heavily dependent on dialogues between actors and very few visual references are used to help audiences to feel the future. Some scene looks like inspired from some Hollywood movies.

WHO SHOULD WATCH THIS

One who wants to get answers for ‘When we all have to die, why do we have stories?’ and want to watch some new perspective of "Indian Sci Fi version "

WHO SHOULDN'T WATCH THIS

One who wants to miss good content and gets bored easily with slow paced movie.
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