I watched it! Such an interesting movie. A collection of short stories with big name stars and a great visual aesthetic. And all produced by Nani, yet another reason to love him.Continue reading
I almost never cover southern trailers, because I am never sure what is a big deal and what is a small deal and what I should say about things. But in this case, I KNOW these two are big deals and I know what I want to say about them, so I am just going for it.
I finally found a way to watch this with subtitles!!!!! YuppTV, which I still don’t fully understand, had it. And it was, indeed, very much worth watching. Mostly for Nani. Who was not our protagonist and therefore had the best part. Because the most interesting role always goes to the character actors.
I’m back! Already put up one long an self-indulgent post based on fairy tales, now I am doing another, and I don’t care what you think!
What a fun recommendation! Thank you Moimeme! An unassuming movie that is great on many levels.
Did you know HeroTalkies merged with YuppTV? In some very vague way that I can’t fully understand and makes both websites impossible to navigate? This is why I ended up watching MCA. It was the only movie I was successfully able to find and play. Well, and also Nani. And also Sai.
That isn’t really a fair title, it isn’t exactly Ghajini. It is a lot more than that, taking all of the “serious” versions of memory disorder films and making them into a joke.
What a fun movie! Just a fun light movie. And kind of more clever than I would expect from a Telugu movie. I may need to track down the other film by this director. Oh, and also Nani was very fun. I thought I just liked him in Eega because Eega is the greatest film of all time, but now I think he is kind of great even in non-Greatest Film of All Time films.
I heard about Eega right when it first came out, and I thought “how can this possibly be a hit? Not only is it kind of illogical on the face of it, it’s also super sad!” And then I watched it, and it totally works!