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Bus 657  (2016)  (English)
Genre: Action
Language: English
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Release Date: March 18 2016 (India)
Critics Rating: |  5 Reviews
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The movie was originally called Heist and is being released in India as Bus 657. Alas, the name change does not help the story that moves from implausible to ridiculous: after robbing a casino the robbers board a bus and take people hostage. The robber with a heart of gold even gets away with it.

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Bus 657 Review RatingManisha Lakhe (Nowrunning) | Read Full Review

Its cargo might just be crowdsourced cliches - the precariously pregnant woman; the weaponized good ol' boy - but Mr. Mann, jamming his camera tight against the action, gives everything a pulpy vigor that's mindlessly entertaining.

Jeannette Catsoulis (The New York Times) | Read Full Review

Bus 657 (titled Heist in some countries) has all the tropes of a B-grade thriller, with the anomaly of an A-list cast member-Robert De Niro.The highly improbable scenarios that follow include a plot twist as subtle as a runaway bus speeding down the freeway escorted by six police cars.

Udita Jhunjhunwala (Livemint) | Read Full Review

The film, thankfully, isn't too long. To be fair, it might even work for an audience okay with spending 1 hour 30 minutes of their life watching a 'timepass' level generic thriller. But for the more serious moviegoer, Bus 657 is one they should be happy to miss.

Sankhayan Ghosh (The Hindu) | Read Full Review

There is only one vehicle of consequence in the film, though several give it chase. That is the bus, route no. 657.Shot, teargassed, spray-painted, crashed, almost burnt, bloodied. It never leaves our sight.

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Bus 657 Review RatingShalini Langer (The Indian Express) | Read Full Review

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