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10 Cloverfield Lane  (2016)  (English)
Genre: Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi
Language: English
Director: Dan Trachtenberg
Producer: J J Abrams, Lindsey Weber
Music Director: Bear McCreary
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Release Date: April 29 2016 (India)

Rating:  2.3/5
Nowrunning Critics: 1.0/5 | External Critics: 3.7/5 | Users: 1.5/5
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Nowrunning Reviews
A really pathetic movie that tries so hard to be the Oscar winning Room and a Science Fiction movie about alien attack that drives your patience to the ground.

10 Cloverfield Lane Review RatingManisha Lakhe | Read Full Review

External Reviews
10 Cloverfield Lane Review RatingPeter Travers (Rolling Stone)

First, 10 Cloverfield Lane comes loaded with everything a psychological thriller needs to shatter your nerves - and then kicks it up a notch.10 Cloverfield Lane seems eager to play itself like a B-movie throwaway. It's anything but.You're in good hands. As for the movie's impact - to paraphrase Donald Trump, it's going to be huge.

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Mini Anthikad Chibber (The Hindu)

The film grips you from the get go and in his directorial debut Dan Trachtenberg has kept a tight rein on the proceedings. By focussing on three people in an enclosed space, he gives the grand disaster movie imagery a miss, which works well as we are imagining all manner of horrid things.  Read Full Review

10 Cloverfield Lane Review RatingRohan Nahaar (Hindustan Times)

Cloverfield - the original - is a personal favourite, as is last year's Room. So 10 Cloverfield Lane, at least on paper, sounds almost too good to be true. But it sure comes close. But let's just leave it at this: With the instant classic Midnight Special and now this, I wouldn't be surprised if in another 8 years, I look back on 2016 with the same fondness as I have for 2008.  Read Full Review

10 Cloverfield Lane Review RatingBenjamin Lee (The Guardian)

The B-movie trappings are given a fresh lick of paint, thanks to a high level of craftsmanship on both sides of the camera. The script never resorts to stereotypes and it delivers a seat-edge series of suspenseful sequences with tensions always threatening to erupt into violence. This isn't a sequel, but a "blood relative", which was based on a script entirely unrelated to the Abrams-produced Cloverfield banner.  Read Full Review

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