What’s wrong with the spy films released by Indian filmmakers? Why are they becoming a joke or testing patience in theaters?
In recent times, we’ve seen multiple spy films where the directors of these movies delivered soulless action thrillers, merely ticking the spy template boxes to label it a ‘spy’ film.
Strangely, these directors and casts failed to realize that the entire film lacks even a single high-action block.
For spy films, having a template plot isn’t an issue, but a few twists, turns, and a fast-paced screenplay are a must. Generic and stretched action sequences only test audience patience in theaters.
Hopefully, only directors who have a grip on this genre will attempt to learn from these disasters.