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Telugu Movie Reviews

Oka Manasu Review - Mature love story for the discerning

A conversational love story, the film essentially is about how Surya and Sandhya spend their time together. 'Oka Manasu' is surely not for those who can't stand anything other than the formulaic.
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Gentleman Review - Narration thrills, emotions connect

'Gentleman' either keeps the audience guessing all throughout, or proves their presumptions wrong toward the end. A thriller has to outwit the discerning without fail. This one does that.
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Meeku Meere Maaku Meme Review - When lovers learn

The cuteness of the characters comes through; it is unlike the kind of slighted boys and calculated girls we saw in films like Bus Stop. There is no over-indulgence of anything.
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Guppedantha Prema Review - Narration blights the soul

In telling a story supposedly inspired by a Mani Ratnam masterpiece, the director comes with some good dialogue-writing. But the merit ends here. The screenplay blights the soul of the story line.
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Right Right Review - A passable remake

Is the Telugu film industry so starved of ideas? The story is not just outdated; it's frivolous. The downside of acting in a colourless script is that ones acting talent doesn't come out fully.
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Okka Ammayi Thappa Review - Mind games, blackmailing, & heroism

The tragedy of a patriotic person ending up being a pawn in a terrorist's hands is effectively portrayed. The way Sundeep Kishan's character outwits the antagonist is another high point.
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Sri Sri Review - Superstar Krishna shines through a poor script

The storyline would make us expect a screenplay that gives a lion's share to Krishna's character. Far from it, this revenge element becomes a footnote as the flashback involving Shweta takes over.
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A Aa Review - Narration is the saviour

There are no scenes that overstay, no character that is over-indulged. No overuse of rhyming words. Expect Trivikram to entertain with interesting characters, besides intelligent dialogues.
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Rayudu Review - Old formula, so-so screenplay

One too many times, the characters wield their weapons and attack the rivals. One is tired of watching this celebration of bloodshed under the pretext of 'veerathvam' or whatever.
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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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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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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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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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