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Telugu Movie Reviews

Karam Dosa Review - Un-cinematic elements

If you are someone who revels in imperfect yet lovable characters, situations that are not dramatic yet carry weight, a certain type of developed Telugu, then this is your-kind-of-film.
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Appatlo Okadundevadu Review - The story of a life

The journey of two contrasting personalities, namely Raju and Imtiaz, their coming-of-age stories pulled between passions and morals/predispositions - that's 'Appatlo Okadundevadu' for you.
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Pittagoda Review - Simplistic outing

Pittagoda comes with doses of deft writing, but it has its misses. Fraught with simple-mindedness, the film throws up impressive performances.
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Saptagiri Express Review - Caricaturing stock ideas

This is a confusion of genres with loads of cinematic obsessions of Tollywood thrown in. Saptagiri gives a sincere output, although his characterization is inconsistent.
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Vangaveeti Review - Parts greater than the whole

One feels the passage of time is ignored deliberately and wrongly. The murders of Radha and Ranga were separated by 14 years, but where is that felt from the narration?
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Okkadochadu Review - Formulaic, but has its moments

The action blocks wants us to suspend disbelief and we are ready for that given this is a mass masala entertainer. Given this concession. the action scenes are likeable mainly due to Vishal's verve.
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Nanna Nenu Naa Boyfriends Review - Those avoidable hangovers

The director was unduly influenced by Hebbah's character in 'Kumari 21F'. Had her characterization been on the lines of Genelia's from 'Bommarillu', the audience would have sympathized with her.
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Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu Review - When parodies get on the nerves

The deliberately ridiculous film within film becomes the film we the audience end up watching because the indeliberately ridiculous makers didn't understand how inherently farcical their idea is.
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Ameerpet Lo Review - Maruthi-meets-NGO mentality

True to the title, it presents a bevy of elements that are associated with the Ameerpet ecosystem, complete with flirts, flings, fake CVs, frank daters, feku sons/daughters, so on and so forth.
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Chinnari Review - Emotionally vacuous

The emotional content misses progressively as the film progresses, making us feel that the mom-daughter drama is not leveraged at all.
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Dhruva Review - Arresting battle of wits

The three best things about 'Dhruva' are: 1. There is no flashback. 2. Every episode (almost) is like a mini-climax. 3. The dialogues that bring out the battle of wits in a tantalizing manner.
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Araku Roadlo Review - Traveling with a desperado

This is a rom-com and a thriller. The characterizations could have been better. Sairam Shankar has improved as an actor. The second half's pace need to be better, although it's the better half.
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Manyam Puli Review - A fight against the beasts

After discounting the boons of nativity (most of which may not work for an alien audience - in this case the Telugus), the dubbed version fares reasonably well.
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Bethaludu Review - Strong-willed misses stay on

For all the hits like the dark thrills, spooky whispers, traumatic experience of the hero, the misses come a bit late but come prominently, eroding the enjoyment rather lastingly.
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Remo Review - Escapist-lovers may want to sing 'remo'

But somehow the mass elements don’t seem to tick every time, for they don’t flow with the screenplay. They are forced, like that pointless fight in the climax.
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