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    Warning: this is not All Ages game, repeat: this is not All Ages game

    25 august 2019 02:19

    Game Over is a 2019 Indian psychological thriller film written by Ashwin Saravanan and Kaavya Ramkumar and directed by Ashwin Saravanan. Shot simultaneously in both Tamil and Telugu languages, the film stars Taapsee Pannu as a wheelchair-bound woman who is defending her home from a mysterious intruder.[2][3][4] The film is produced jointly by Y NOT Studios and Reliance Entertainment and presented by Anurag Kashyap. The music is composed by Ron Ethan Yohann. Principal photography commenced on 10 October 2018,[5] and the film was released on 14 June 2019. It received positive reviews from critics, garnering praise for Taapsee's performance and Ashwin Saravanan's direction.

    Game Over
    Game Over 2019 Poster.jpg
    Theatrical release poster in Tamil
    Directed by
    Ashwin Saravanan
    Produced by
    S. Sashikanth
    Chakravarthy Ramachandra
    Written by
    Ashwin Saravanan
    Kaavya Ramkumar
    (Tamil dialogues)
    Venkat Kacharla
    (Telugu dialogues)
    Story by
    Ashwin Saravanan
    Kaavya Ramkumar
    Taapsee Pannu
    Vinodhini Vaidyanathan
    Anish Kuruvilla
    Sanchana Natarajan
    Ramya Subramanian
    Parvathi T.
    Music by
    Ron Ethan Yohann
    A. Vasanth
    Edited by
    Richard Kevin
    Y NOT Studios
    Reliance Entertainment
    Distributed by
    YNOTX (Tamil)
    Telugu – TBD
    Release date
    14 June 2019
    Running time
    103 minutes
    ₹5 crores
    Box office
    est. ₹76.00 crores[1]
    Synopsis Edit
    Swapna (Taapsee Pannu) is a single young woman who is also a talented game designer. She is nyctophobic, who also suffers from post-traumatic stress more so known as 'anniversary reaction', a condition, which triggers unsettling feelings around the anniversary of a traumatic event. For Swapna, it is the horrific memory of her rape that took place on a New Year's eve. Because of this, she leads a secluded life with Kalamma (Vinodhini Vaidyanathan), a housemaid who stays with her. Her only solace is her love for gaming. Swapna’s life changes upside down the moment she faces trouble with the year old tattoo on her hand. She finds that her tattoo has a stranger girl’s ash mixed in the ink. She begins to have some bizarre dreams and finds that the girl Amrutha (Sanchana Natarajan), a cancer survivor, was an unfortunate victim of a serial killer. Swapna soon finds herself the target of the same serial killer, and it is unlike a video game she enjoys playing. She is supernaturally given three lives / chances to fight, but her weak mental and physical state get in her way the first two times, allowing her killer(s) to win the supposed game like scenario. She manages to make an elaborate plan the final time and defeats her killers and survives the terrible ordeal and emerges a winner in the bizarre and twisted real life game.

    Cast Edit
    Taapsee Pannu as Swapna
    Vinodhini Vaidyanathan as Kalamma
    Anish Kuruvilla as Psychiatrist
    Sanchana Natarajan as Amrutha
    Ramya Subramanian as Varsha
    Parvathi T. as Dr. Reena, Amrutha's mother
    David Solomon Raja as Inspector
    Indrajith as Constable
    Subramanian as Anwar, watchman
    Soori as Skin Clinic Doctor
    Capt KRC Pratap as Masked Man 1
    Vignesh Shanmugham as Masked Man 2
    Joshua Miller as Masked Man 3
    Production Edit
    The film marks the return of actress Taapsee in Kollywood after a hiatus of four years.[6] The first look poster of the film which displayed Taapsee sitting in a wheelchair with legs in plastic patches was unveiled on 10 October 2018.[7][8] The shooting of the film commenced on the very next day on 11 October 2018. Pannu went under intense training playing a person on wheel chair.[3] The shooting of the film was wrapped up on 14 December 2018.[9]

    Marketing and release Edit
    The official teaser of the film was released on 14 May 2019 by Y NOT Studios.[10] The official trailer of the film was released in Tamil, Hindi and Telugu on 30 May 2019. The Tamil trailer was launched by Dhanush and the Telugu trailer was launched by Rana Daggubati [11]

    The film was released on 14 June.[3]

    Home media Edit
    The film became available as VOD on Netflix in August 2019.[12]

    Reception Edit
    Critical response Edit
    On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a rating of 55% based on eleven reviews with an average rating of 6.6/10.[13]

    Nandini Ramnath of Scroll.in praises Pannu and Vaidyanathan for their 'doughty performance' and opines that the writers have delivered a taut and highly watchable thriller. Summing up she says, "[The film] is a taut thriller about demons within and without".[14] Anna M. M. Vetticad of Firstpost gave three and half stars out of five and feels that the film is an inventive, intelligent and terrifying film that doesn't take the viewer lightly. Praising the performance of Taapsee Pannu and direction of Ashwin Saravanan, Anna says, "Game Over is as crisp and to-the-point as a thriller can get." [15] Priyanka Sinha Jha of News18 rates it with three and half stars out of five, stating the film with its paranormal-meets-noir is a good example where Indian concepts are combined with western. She concludes, that the Hindi version of the film is worth a watch for entertainment and its new-age cinematic virtues.[16] Writing for NDTV Saibal Chatterjee terming screenplay "smart and minimalist", praises the director for his deft handling of the execution and Pannu for her characterisation of the role. He concludes the review as, "While she [Pannu] may be the primary reason why you must go out and watch this film, it certainly isn't devoid of other intrinsic merits in terms of substance and execution." He rates it with three stars out of five.[17] Raja Sen writing a mixed review for Hindustan Times rated the film with two and half stars out of five and finds, 'Pannu strong in a hysterically distraught role' and Vinodhini Vaidyanathan 'wonderfully warm'. He thinks that the film, inspired from Black Mirror has a solid concept. But, he says, "[it] devolves into a witless muddle in the final act."[18] Baradwaj Rangan of Film Companion South wrote "In short, Game Over is a tight genre-hopping thriller that keeps you guessing about the genre it can be slotted into...The small miracle of the film is that it manages to pack all of this—and a lot more—into 100-something minutes".[19]

    Negative reviews such as those by Rajeev Masand writing for CNN-News18, praise Pannu for her performance but states that, "barring its leading lady's impressive performance, it's simply hit and miss." He rates the film with two and half stars out of five.[20] Shubhra Gupta writing for The Indian Express gives one and half star out of five and finds "writing flabby" and "key sequences repetitive". She says, "There are a couple of genuinely scary moments, but the rest of it is too stretched: even the 102 minute run time feels too long, with not enough thrills or chills."[21]

    Box office Edit
    Game Over's final worldwide gross was ₹72.91 crore (US$11 million).

    References Edit
    Taran Adarsh. "#GameOver [Week 2] Fri 47 lacs, Sat 78 lacs, Sun 79 lacs. Total: ₹ 11.06 cr. India biz. All versions... Language-wise breakup: #Hindi ₹ 4.52 cr, #Tamil ₹ 3.61 cr, #Telugu ₹ 2.93 cr". Twitter. Retrieved 24 June 2019.
    "Taapsee Pannu to star in Ashwin Saravanan's Game Over". The Indian Express. 12 October 2018. Retrieved 2 February 2019.
    "Taapsee Pannu undergoes intense prep for 'Game Over'". Times of India. 28 May 2019. Retrieved 29 May 2019.
    Kumar, Pradeep (3 June 2019). "Women in films needn't be damsels in distress, says 'Game Over' writer Kaavya Ramkumar". The Hindu. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 16 June 2019.
    October 10, Adithya Narayan On; 2018 (10 October 2018). "First Look Of Taapsee Pannu's 'Game Over' Revealed". Silverscreen.in. Retrieved 2 February 2019.
    "Taapsee's comeback Tamil film titled 'Game Over'". Sify. Retrieved 2 February 2019.
    "Taapsee Pannu's next Tamil film titled Game Over, first look out. See pic". Hindustan Times. 10 October 2018. Retrieved 2 February 2019.
    "Game Over poster: Taapsee Pannu is wheelchair-bound in Ashwin Saravanan's bilingual thriller- Entertainment News, Firstpost". Firstpost. 11 October 2018. Retrieved 2 February 2019.
    "Taapsee Pannu wraps up shooting for 'Game Over' - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2 February 2019.
    "Game Over | Official Teaser | Taapsee Pannu | Ashwin Saravanan | Y Not Studios | June 14". YouTube. Y Not Studios. 14 May 2019.
    "'Game Over' Trailer: The Taapsee Pannu starrer horror thriller holds a gripping narrative that will send shivers down the spine - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 30 May 2019.
    "Game Over". Netflix. August 2019. Retrieved 30 August 2019.
    "Game Over". Rotten Tomatoes. Fandango Media. Retrieved 20 June 2019.
    Ramnath, Nandini (15 June 2019). "'Game Over' movie review: A taut thriller about demons within and without". Scroll.in. Retrieved 17 June 2019.
    M. M. Vetticad, Anna (14 June 2019). "Game Over movie review: Taapsee Pannu hits the ball out of the park through a terrifying thriller". Firstpost. Retrieved 14 June 2019.
    Sinha Jha, Priyanka (14 June 2019). "Game Over Movie Review: Taapsee Pannu and Fantastic Storytelling Techniques Keep You Hooked". News18. Retrieved 14 June 2019.
    Chatterjee, Saibal. "Game Over Movie Review: Taapsee Pannu Is The Primary Reason To Watch This Fast-Paced Thriller". NDTV. Retrieved 14 June 2019.
    Sen, Raja. "Game Over movie review: Taapsee Pannu tries her best in this slasher film with three climaxes". Hindustan Times. Retrieved 15 June 2019.
    "Game Over Movie Review: The Enjoyable, Fabulously Twisty 'Game Over', Starring Taapsee Pannu, Is A Bona Fide Original". Film Companion South.
    Masand, Rajeev (15 June 2019). "Game Over Movie Review: Barring Taapsee's Impressive Performance, It's Simply Hit and Miss". News18. Retrieved 17 June 2019.
    Gupta, Shubhra. "Game Over review: A patchy affair". The Indian Express. Retrieved 14 June 2019.

    20 september 2019 22:35

    Games from 2019 are increasingly more how good graphics aus less good or stupid with goals and unique ideas this game deserves to be played?

    20 september 2019 22:44

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