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Telugu Movie Reviews

Brahmotsavam Review - A sentiment for family audience

Since 'Brahmotsavam' is a case of oft-repeated sentiment over substance, there comes a point where the audience feels the smart lines are showy.
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O Malli Review - Old story, but good acts

Ramyasri's screen presence has already taken the movie to the next level. She is good in her acting. She does a fine job as a director who makes her actors make the cut.
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Pencil Review - Inspired, insubstantial

This might be a first-of-its-kind on Indian screen, but there is still a something-is-amiss. The message, delivered by a hitherto unimportant character in the climax, ends up coming across as forced.
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Bichagadu Review - A potential sleeper hit

Based on a true story, the film is rich in human emotions. The Telugu writers have effectively translated the original without giving the soul a short-shrift. Healthy humour is a big relief.
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24 Review - Tight screenplay

Every time you lower your expectations for some reason or the other, Vikram surprises with his class. The meticulous detailing in establishing a link with the initial scenes, is dreamy and surreal.
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Supreme Review - Sexing up formula

'Supreme' is a formulaic story, complete with a devotional invocation of Hanuman's 'anda danda' (for the Nth time in our movies), a cat-and-mouse play, a last minute emotional blackmail and more.
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Raja Cheyyi Veste Review - Unimaginative

In narrating an old story line, debutante Pradeep Cherukuri falls back on stale ideas. By the time the flashback begins, we are almost done with the film. The film lacks the scale to keep us engaged.
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Sarrainodu Review - Bunny, the 'blockbuster' guy

'Sarrainodu' is in the mould of a time-tested formula. And for all its utility, the formula has come to acquire certain limitations. This film is yet another example of heroism owning director-ism.
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Police Review - Lukewarm heroism

It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say that Atlee was more interested in presenting a breezy hero rather than an intense-looking cop out to ruthlessly avenge his personal and professional loss.
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Eedo Rakam Aado Rakam Review - 1st half oka rakam, 2nd half maro rakam

Even with a hackneyed premise like this, the director has done a fairly engaging work in the second half. For all the doubles entendres, the director doesn't hit below the belt for the sake of it.
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Sardaar Gabbar Singh Review - Gabbar & Gudumba rolled into one

If ever there was a film with the body of a Gabbar Singh and the soul of a Gudumba Shankar, it is this. The insouciant treatment is surprising as it does after a Magadheera moment at the interval!.
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Savithri Review - Lighter moments save the day

The film's USP is the characterization of Savitri. Nandita is apt as an innocent-looking girl in grip of her father's diktats. The turnaround in the character is expressed through effective lines.
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7 To 4 Review - That macabre feel

Why is there no wit in the discussions among the cops? Why is there no threat to them from within the department or from antagonists outside? There is more-of-the-sameness.
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Nannu Vadili Neevu Polevule Review - Deja vu yes, but interestingly dark

You ought not to expect any other stakeholder in the lead pair's story and their excruciating saga hinges on their thinking, their convictions, their idiosyncracies. The dialogues are measured.
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