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Telugu Movie Reviews

Rarandoi Veduka Chudham Review - Those familiar themes

The first half goes on and on without Siva seeming to repeat the same kind of body language. All the while, Jagapathi Babu, an important character with a heavy past, is dealt with shoddily.
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Keshava Review - A mixed package

For all the narrative technique of revealing the protagonist's past in installments of flashbacks, the suspense fizzles out right from the second installment.
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Radha Review - Formula rules

Debutante director Chandra Mohan makes Sharwa do a Nani here and a Nani-on-steroids there. If that doesn't ensure over-the-top comedy, nothing else in this world can.
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Venkatapuram Review - Narration passes muster

The thing with crime-thrillers is that, it's extremely difficult to prevent formula from finding its way into the story as the suspense comes to be unfolded.
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Babu Baga Busy Review - Lack of nativity spoils it

The attempts at coalescing the songs into the narration fall flat because the technique is overplayed, especially in the second half.
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Baahubali 2 Review - Saahore Baahubali.. It's showtime

Some questions are sexy, whether or not the answers are. For some reasons, whether the reason why Kattappa kills Baahubali is really mind-blowing is better left half-unsaid for now.
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Lanka Review - Knotty narration

If the language is knotty, the screenplay goes about introducing new elements whose answers are not revealed on the pretext that it's supposed to be a thriller!
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Mister Review - Losing the plot

If the ambivalent Hebah is left unattended for a long time, the hero's character is not explored adequately, lost as it is in the comedy tracks that border on the hypnotic.
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Shivalinga Review - Idea of horror that works

The idea of horror as far as P Vasu and Raghava Lawrence are concerned is that it's better to bank upon emotions rather than spook the audience to no end.
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Cheliyaa Review - 'Mani' repetitions

A major drawback of this film is that, having watched a 'Roja', a 'Sakhi', an 'OK Bangaram', it's very hard not to feel that Mani is offering the same old stuff with a few added flavours.
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Guru Review - New-age for sure

How the director establishes Venky as a boxing-crazy champion-maker has to be seen to be enjoyed. It's not always that you get to watch such a characterization.
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Rogue Review - Done with the same style

The one big reason why 'Rogue' starts looking meandering in the second half is that the emotions established in the opening sequences have no bearing on the latter half.
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Dora Review - Revenge by an unlikely character

The first half narrates in parallel the stories of the father-daughter duo and the cop. The second half should have given out a few surprises after the flashback.
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Katamarayudu Review - Those dashing fanboy moments

Why do our selfless heroes, otherwise invincible, get beaten up only in the climax and in front of those who have been misunderstanding them?
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