Movie Review| RRR (Rise, Roar, Revolt)
A sensational reimagining of two historical revolutionary figures from India’s pre-independence past, Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem, meeting. When a young girl named Maali is taken from a Gond village, it is up to Bheem to save her but the obstacles are many and include a man named Raju, a fearsome, highly skilled officer in the British army.
This movie was spectacular on multiple levels. The storyline was gripping and the characters moving for different reasons. There was plenty of action, some adventure and romance, and even some dancing! The music was so catchy and you were left feeling like you wanted to get up and dance too.
For those that may be sensitive to violence, there are a few points that may be intense but it didn’t last too long. I wouldn’t necessarily say this movie was family-friendly, just because of the action and complicated subject matter to explain. The stunts were amazing and the visual effects top tier. Some of the injustices depicted in the movie were hard to stomach and watch but it made it all the more compelling to see it through to its resolution. I highly recommend this movie for those looking for a film that has a little bit of everything
- Movie: RRR (Rise, Roar, Revolt)
- Release Date: March 25. 2022
- Runtime: 3 hour 7 minutes
- Streaming Service: Netflix
- Genre: Action| Romance| Historical Fiction| Drama