Fired

2010 [HINDI]

Horror

7
IMDb Rating 4.4 10 261

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Reviewed by abuzerrr-352-49293 2 / 10

A waste of time.

The movie was 83 minutes of absolute non-sense. A stupid story with ripped-off horror.

The first question which arose in my tiny little mind was why in the heck would some employees who are fired would start to haunt their employer?? I mean firing someone may have its atrocities but death cant possibly be a punishment for such an action!!

2ndly, It wasn't clear till the end of the movie that if the guy was really being hunted by ghosts (why would fired personnel become ghosts anyway?) or was he hallucinating all along??

3rdly, their was no horror in the movie whatsoever. Neither the sound effects nor the atmosphere managed to scare me even for a single second.

4thly, I was sourly bemused at the way the character of Joy Mital was carried in the movie. At first, he is shown as the ego-maniac who would gamble with his life for his ambitions. Firing of 121 employees testifies the character's presentation as a "tough guy". 30 minutes later, he is seen sobbing like a school girl. I mean C'mon! being scared is one thing, but a character such as that of Joy Mital should've gone down with a little more dignity. Watching him put his head between his legs and whining... was disappointing.

And don't even get me started on the acting of Rahul Bose. I've seen him in quite a few movies.. the guy is much better than this. A disappointing performance.

In a nutshell, the movie was a poor rip off from Japanese and American horror, the acting was bad, the story was horrible and the direction proceeds the notion that it was Sajit Warrier's first movie as a director.

Had I rated it on originality, the rating would have been in negative.

Reviewed by abhik-gupta2011 9 / 10

Underrated & Misunderstood

To be frank, it IS a little surreal to find Rahul Bose of all people in a horror movie with generous amounts of gore. But, it did feel really good. Fired is more of psychological horror rather than a straight gory ghost movie. In fact, I am pretty certain it isn't a ghost movie at all.

The movie might be a little too much for most people to swallow- but believe you me, it is born of the same cloth as The Others, Memento and No Smoking. Rahul Bose is good as ever- in fact, he is the omnipresent character throughout the movie and the supporting actors (Dinesh Lambha and Militza) are pretty commendable as well. I would completely understand why some people would want to rate it low and they would probably be the same guys who voted "No Smoking" to be one of the worst movies ever. But this flick has all the tell-tale signs of a damn' good psychological horror movie- and it keeps the suspense and tension going till the end.

In short, an afternoon spent really well.

Reviewed by purisai 8 / 10

Fantastically scary! Gem filled with amazing special effects

As Joy Mittal, Rahul Bose plays a truly troubled soul. You oscillate between hating him to feeling really sorry for him. For one, this movie is going to make it hard for people to work late nights in deserted office buildings. Every sound is going to make your skin crawl. The movie is filled with numerous special effects! The intertwining of the different media used for VFX are outstanding. Amazing feat considering the movie is practically 10 years old! The roping of moments within the story and tying them up in the end is fabulously done. If you're into scary movies, hold on to that popcorn because you're going to get blown away.

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