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Mama Manchu Alludu Kanchu Review - Hardly 'kanchu' stuff

The coming together of Mohan Babu and Allari Naresh could have been a 'kanchu' moment had the story line not been a throwback to the 1990s fashion of story-telling. Sridhar Sipana (co-incidentally, he has another release this Friday, namely, 'Soukhyam') pens the dialogue with good imagination and this is what keeps us from giving up on MMAK till the climax.
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Jatha Kalise Review - Mediocre & Mediocre 'jathakalisey'

Jathakalisey is a stretch of an outdated idea for a good 133 minutes for the simple reason that there are one too many 'important' issues to be sorted out by the hero, by the heroine, and by the heroine's father. The importance of issues can't be overestimated.
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Bhale Manchi Roju Review - A technical treat

As crime comedies go, 'Bhale Manchi Roju' is many things at the same time. If some of the scenes are remarkable for the detailing, most others end up being much ado about nothing. The film progressively becomes over-indulgent of back ground music and its crime comedy self.
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Soukhyam Review - Half-baked creativity

It looks like the writers and director of this film were confused as to what to do with the villains and after undergoing painful 'creative' labour pains, they derived 'soukhyam' by turning the villains into buffoons just for the climax.
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Loafer Review - Sentimental Loafer

Puri Jagannadh has of late gone berserk with his subjects, but 'Loafer' is surely a different take of sorts. You may find many saying that it is a return to the kind of sentiment he presented in his big family entertainer, 'Amma Nanna O Tamilammayi'. The trailer did not promise anything of that sort, but the film is way ahead of what the trailer had hinted at.
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Hithudu Review - Not a 'hitudu' for self

Jagapathi Babu has been seen around in non-fullfledged roles only, of late. After striking gold with the Balakrishna-starrer 'Legend' and the Mahesh Babu-starrer 'Srimanthudu', the star makes a comeback in the lead's role. Directed by Viplove, 'Hitudu' stars Jagapathi and Meera Nandan in lead roles.
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Bengal Tiger Review - Tiger bounces back

After a super dud like 'Kick-2', one expected to see Ravi Teja in a 'Balupu'-filled 'Mirapakai'-like 'Power'-packed role. Having disappointed his fans for long, the star with a remarkable on-screen attitude returns like a 'Bengal Tiger'.
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Shankarabharanam Review - Nothing oranamental about it

By now, it should be clear to one and all that the greater the immortality of a title that has been robbed by a contemporary filmmaker, the higher the chances of a film that goes with that title turning out to be a dud.
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Thanu Nenu Review - Feel good stuff

'Thanu Nenu' had a reason to be attractive for those who were not excited by the wall poster where we see the vivacious Avika Gor and her sweetheart smile their way as Ravi Babu looks on hanging on the wall.
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Size Zero Review - Anushka outsizes all

'Size Zero' stretches an NGO-esque idea into a plot for the second half. That is an undoing, although the good lines that keep flowing in now and then add to the harmless flab. The script is not without its hiccups, but the takeaway is such that you feel light rather than heavy in the end.
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Kumari 21F Review - Jagadam with Kumari

This film has that adult comedy style title that it is not surprising that this Sukumar-written film has garnered so much of craze. Having been written by Sukumar, the youth were expected to brace it up. 'Kumari 21F' is a stretch of a single line, but the climax throws up a surprise...
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Cheekati Rajyam Review - Kamal's screenplay works

When it is Kamal Hassan who is around, the audience looks for nothing less than a detailed screenplay. But with 'Cheekati Rajyam', the writer Kamal changes his style to make way for a Hollywoodish narration, so to speak.
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Akhil Review - Treat for Akkineni fans

Akhil in this "socio-fantasy" pursues a girl. The girl, Divya, decides to have a boy friend, ultimately, just to teach Vennela Kishore a lesson. After a while, she is kidnapped by a ruthless villain just as he tells her the truth about his intentions.
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Tripura Review - That hangover

You can make a horror-comedy, you can make a bad horror-comedy, but would it be sensible to have a horror film in which the comedy dayyam has more screen time than her serious revenge-seeking avatar? Of course, 'Prema Katha Chitram' presented such a supposedly facetious idea; but the film was more about a spirit with a mission...
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Red Alert Review - Content ok, not execution

With a title like 'Red Alert', one would expect an edge-of-the-seat thriller. This multi-lingual film, directed by Chandra Mahesh, throws up some such scenes. But, overall, it is an experience sans much impressive tempo.
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