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By Stefan Pape, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Epic blockbuster studies colonialism, has brutal violence.

Movie NR 2022 187 minutes
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age 16+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 16+

This film is BIG!!!!

This film is unafraid of a big plot, big dance numbers, big fights, big animal CGI, and big plot twists. The film approaches the material fearlessly and demands the same from its viewers. You need to come at this with all of your senses open to what this film makes possible. A big splashy, high budget film with a colonial critique at its core...LOVE IT! Oh if all blockbusters could be like this...
age 15+

Violent but good.

The movie is a great film and is a must watch. It might have too much violence for kids younger than 15.

This title has:

Great messages
Too much violence

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (5 ):

This Indian action-drama offers viewers about as much fun as you can have with a movie. RRR is pure cinema, at times completely over-the-top and ridiculous, but remaining grounded by its historical context. The credit must go to director S.S. Rajamouli for this ambitious undertaking. He truly is a master of his craft, with some spellbinding sequences -- scenes that you may say out loud in the planning stage, but to actually bring them to life is another matter. He may not have the budget of a major Hollywood production, but it matters little such is the strength in storytelling, and his ability to create such epic set-pieces. RRR combines fantasy with realism in a striking way, and while the film tells an important tale, above anything else, it's just purely, and utterly entertaining.

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