12 April 2014 | deepak-narula
why movies like this leaves the audience craving for peace of mind.
So many movies just thrive on mass killing and lack of discretionary use of language to click with the norm of the times. He Who Dares happens to be no different.
To me it did not appeal from the word go. And here are the reasons.
Even a 10 year who has played Call of Duty or Battlefied series of games can tell you that you do aim down the sight and not fire from the hip. Wish the actors were told that.
Secondly now a days there is this new blood thirst in many low budget movies where the villain or the bad guy is glorified by mass murdering in order to achieve his goal. And when all the revenge is built psychologically speaking the valiant hero or one of the survivor in this case, kills the supposedly bad guy with one bullet, leaving the unsatisfied lust in the mind of audience that was generated by the storyline where the bad guy was the angel of death. Seriously ??
The movie is pure waste of time and resources.