Story: The story revolves around a staunch senior narcotics officer, Yashvardhan (John Abraham) and his team. He is one officer, who believes that justice should not be denied. Yashvardhan is so committed that he keeps himself away from being in any relationship. However, free-spirited Maya (Genelia) comes into his life and everything around him changes. In the meanwhile, he gets involved in the most dangerous and significant operation, to crack down on India's drug cartels. He then, encounters a ruthless enemy, who will stop at nothing until he gets his revenge for the damage done to his business. Story Treatment: The story is simple and quite predictable, but what’s commendable is the velocity at which the events occur. The first half keeps the viewer engaged with an adequate amount of action and romance. Post interval, few scenes make you sit on edge of youe seat and the action packed drama reaches its peak. However, it surely brings back the memories of hit action movies of the recent times- Singham and Dabangg with its high voltage action sequences, probably emphasising on its Southern inspiration. Star Cast: John Abraham has white washed his stone faced look, as well as his handsome hunk image. The actor, who claimed to have worked on his body for eight months for this role, does complete justice to his role. John’s performance is splendid and he is absolutely convincing as a narcotics officer. His well toned body adds grace to the unprocessed action sequences. Genelia Dsouza plays her part well and does justice to her chirpy character. John and Genelia look refreshing together. Mohnish Bahl impresses with various shades of his character, which peculiarly justify human behaviour. Raj Babbar has little scope to perform with an inadequately defined characterisation. Sandhya Mridul is at her best. Kamlesh Sawant leaves his mark. Vidyut Jammwal brings back the impact of a strong Khalnayak, who is mentally and physically at par with the actor. Direction: Nishikant Kamat keeps the action element intact in the film, while topping it up with a bit of romance, which makes the movie enter the Bollywood Masala genre. The director knows his job well and also tries to work according to the pulse of the audience. The film is a little stretched, especially with the kind of fast cinema one expects today, but the action will keep you hooked to the seats and the director definitely wins some few brownie points for the same. Dialogue/cinematography/music: Dialogues justify the mood and flavour of the situation in the screenplay. They are simple, yet impactful. Few of them make you think, like the one which speaks about parents' expectations from children to participate in reality shows, than becoming army and navy officers. Cinematography is good. The background score adds prominence to the action and suspense attached to the scenes. Songs like Dil Ki Hai Tamanna serve the romantic component and the movie has the right amount of music, even if it doesn’t quite qualify as a charbuster album. 3Ups and Downs: For people, who demand three things in any movie- Action, Action and more Action, John’s Force is a tailor-made option available, considering the other releases this week. The movie is dragged in bits and also predictable, excluding a few twists. John’s fans will get to witness his great physique, action and drama. The female fans of John, who can’t put up with extreme violence, don’t need to force themselves!