This is such a dumb dumb movie. But dumb in a particular way that I think a lot of you reading this might enjoy, so I keep encouraging you to watch it!Continue reading
So happy to be writing this review! This is one of those movies when I was just ITCHING to rewrite the script just a tad and fix all their problems. And now I get to do that in the review! Thank goodness.Continue reading
I did it! A midweek movie! At a theater that doesn’t usually show Indian movies, and was still half full on a Thursday. So, woo-hoo Vijay Devaronda!!!! His career is growing by leaps and bounds.Continue reading
Thank you Filmilibrarian for this term/idea! By “fancy tax collector pants”, I mean the pants that Ajay wore in Raid, which were the standard office worker slacks, only very very very VERY well fitted.Continue reading
This is is a movie that rewards viewing whether or not you know what happens, so feel free to read this, if it is the kind of film you would enjoy, knowing what happens in advance won’t change much. And as I said in my last No SPOILERS review, the true brilliance of the film is in the story structure, so you can’t fully understand why it is remarkable without knowing that.
My real review, which discusses all the ways this film is remarkable, is going to be the next one, the SPOILERS one. Because without getting into specific plot spoilers, there really isn’t all that remarkable about it. The content of this film has been more or less done before. It is the release (mainstream in the Telugu market) that is unusual. (spoilers review here)