Ratings:3.5/5 Review By: Bhavna Site:India Today

Scott succeeds in making Napoleon an entertaining watch, but it doesn’t offer you enough depth to invest your energies in it. For some reason, it feels incomplete with several gaps in between.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Toshiro Site:Times Now

In the grand tapestry of cinematic endeavours, Napoleon stands as a commendable exploration of power, passion, and the inevitable human frailties that accompany both. With a three-star rating, it marks a valiant effort that, despite its imperfections, manages to shed some much-needed light on the canvas of historical cinema.

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Ratings:4/5 Review By: Umesh Site:Koimoi

All said and done; this is Joaquin Phoenix mastering Ridley Scott’s unwavering passion for cinema in a way even the greatest would think twice before getting into. A cinematic masterpiece!

Ratings:— Review By: Taran Adarsh Site:Twitter

The film has garnered a phenomenal global response, praised for its stellar performances. #Oscar winner #JoaquinPhoenix returns with another powerful character following his acclaimed role in #Joker.

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By: Neil  Site:Times Of India

However, the broad scope of Napoleon’s political and military career undercut the emotional depth of most of the proceedings. While the cinematography features sweeping shots of landscapes and battlefields, the screenplay often ends up glossing over critical moments. At times, the narrative feels rushed, trying to cover too many aspects of Napoleon’s life, and since Scott aims to cover pivotal moments of Napoleon’s life and career, the pacing of the film is also affected. This leads to specific historical events being superficially explored, which could have been alleviated with a more focused narrative, perhaps in a different format.

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