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RRR

Variance Films - 180 min
  • DIRECTOR: S.S. Rajamouli
  • STARRING: N.T. Rama Rao Jr., Ram Charan Teja, Ajay Devgn

SHOWTIMES 01/30/2023 (change date):

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Synopsis:

The biggest film of the decade is back on the big screen where it belongs!  RRR is an exhilarating, action-packed spectacular mythologizing two real-life freedom fighters who helped lead India’s fight for independence from the British Raj, Komaram Bheem (N.T Rama Rao Jr., aka Jr NTR) and Alluri Sitarama Raju (Ram Charan). Set in the 1920s before their fight for India’s independence began, RRR imagines a fictional meeting between the two, set into motion when a young Gond girl is stolen from her village by British soldiers. 

 

With staggeringly choreographed action sequences, an all-timer of a musical number, and a powerful story, RRR is pure big screen joy from start to finish.  Audiences across the world have been won over, it's a great big party, and you're invited- come join!

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krins
5 out of 5 stars

A masterclass in Indian Cinema

January 7, 2023
SS Rajamouli manages to tell stories that audiences worldwide can be entertained by, time after time. RRR is nothing short of this, with beautiful cinematography and VFX.

Barbara
5 out of 5 stars

Awesome Ride!!!

January 2, 2023
This is one of my favorite movies ever and I see a lot and all genres. Thankfully 1st viewing in theater and on Netflix since, can't wait to see again with an audience. It is fantastical, over-the-top crazy with music, dance, bromance, violence, nasty Brits and CGI animals (just go with it!).

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JOHN FRANCIS FOX
3 out of 5 stars

ADDITIONAL THOUGHTS ON "RRR"

December 25, 2022
THE PASSIONATE PERFORMANCE GIVEN BY MR. CHARAN WOULD CERTAINLY MAKE HIM AN IDEAL CHOICE TO STAR IN A REMAKE OF "A PASSAGE TO INDIA." ALTHOUGH I LIKED VICTOR BANERJEE IN THE ORIGINAL VERSION, I THOUGHT THAT THE FILM TENDED TO DOWNPLAY THE SEXUAL ALLURE THAT HIS CHARACTER WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE. I WASN'T SURE IF IT WAS BECAUSE DIRECTOR DAVID LEAN DIDN'T THINK THAT AMERICAN AUDIENCES WERE ABLE TO ACCEPT A SEXUAL ATTRACTION BETWEEN AN INDIAN MAN AND A WHITE WOMAN, OR BECAUSE OF THE PROBLEMS THAT IT WOULD CAUSE WHEN SHE LATER ACCUSED HIM OF RAPE. NOWADAYS, I DON'T THINK THAT THERE WILL BE ANY CONTROVERSY ABOUT THE INTERRACIAL ATTRACTIONS, AND, SINCE PEOPLE ARE NOW MUCH MORE AWARE THAT RAPE IS AN ACT OF VIOLENCE, THE FACT THAT THE WOMAN WAS INITIALLY ATTRACTED TO A MAN SHE LATER ACCUSES OF RAPE SHOULDN'T BE AS CONTROVERSIAL. IF THERE IS A REMAKE OF "PASSAGE," I HOPE THAT WHOEVER DIRECTS IT WILL ALSO FIND A ROLE FOR NT RAMA RAO, JR. HIS PORTRAYAL OF BEEM WAS TRULY HEART-BREAKING- ESPECIALLY IN THE SCENE WHERE HE IS FISR REUNITED WITH HIS KIDNAPPED SISTER, AND SHE BEGS HIM NOT TO LEAVE HER BEHIND. THAT WAS CERTAINLY ONE OF THE BEST PERFORMANCES THAT I HAVE EVER SEEN FROM A CHILD ACTRESS.

JOHN FRANCIS FOX
3 out of 5 stars

FASCINATING- BUT SOMEIMES INCREDULOUS- TALE W MISSING HISTORICAL INFO

December 25, 2022
I DON'T USUALLY GO TO ACTION FILMS, BUT I WENT TO THIS ONE BECAUSE THE STORY OF INDIA'S FIGHT FOR INDEPENDENCE FROM ENGLAND HAS ALWAYS FASCINATED ME. I HAVE VERY FOND MEMORIES OF SEEING "GANDHI" WHEN IT WAS FIRST RELEASED, AND ONE THING THAT DISAPPOINTED ME WAS THAT THIS FILM DIDN'T OFFER ANY INFORMATION ABOUT GANDHI'S NON-VIOLENT PROTESTS- WHICH IS ESPECIALLY IRONIC SINCE THERE WAS ALWAYS MORE PROGRESS MADE BY NON-VIOLENT PROTESTORS LIKE GANDHI, DR MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR, DR MEDGAR EVERS, JOAN BAEZ, THE BERRIGAN BROTHERS, & BENNY AQUINO THAN BY TERRORIST GROUPS LIKE THE IRA, THE UDA, THE IRGUN, THE STERN GANG, THE PLO, HAMAS, FALN, OR THE BLACK LIBERATION ARMY OR WEATHERMAN TERRORISTS. HOWEVER, THE FILM WAS VERY SUCCESSFUL AT SHOWING HOW THE BRITISH ARMY AND ARISTOCRATS WERE ABLE TO GET AWAY WITH MISTREATING THE INDIAN PEOPLE. I AM GLAD THAT THERE WERE TWO POSITIVE DEPICTIONS OF ENGLISH WOMEN IN THE FILM. I WOULD HAVE LIKED TO HAVE SEEN AT LEAST ONE POSITIVE DEPICTION OF AN ENGLISH MAN, BUT I GUESS THERE IS STILL A LOT OF RESENTMENT IN INDIA ABOUT HOW THEY WERE TREATED BY ENGLISHMEN. I THOUGHT THAT RAM CHARAN GAVE A VERY POWERFUL PERFORMANCE AS THE INDIAN SOLDIER IN THE BRITISH ARMY WHO IS ORIGINALLY CONSIDERED TO BE A TRAITOR BY OTHER INDIAN MEN, BUT THE SCENE OF HIM BEATING AND KILLING OTHER INDIAN MEN IN HIS FIRST SCENE IS CERTAINLY HARD TO TAKE.