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RRR

2022
Drama
Action
3h 7m
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Avg Percentile 62.12% from 621 total ratings

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Rated 05 Jun 2022
90
94th
Hearing all about this on film twitter. Verdict: ludicrously fun. It's like you order dessert and get a sundae and you're eating it and its a fuckin great sundae. The servers come back with a milkshake, great milkshake. Then come back with creme brulee, great creme brulee. At this point you say "This is all really delicious, but I only ordered the sundae." Then the server is like "we pride ourselves on OVER delivering on deliciousness." You eat it all and probably throw up a couple hours later.
Rated 22 Jun 2022
90
96th
Uninhibited cinema with all the highs and highs (there are no lows) of pure storytelling passion. Maybe a cooler head could have edited it tighter, but a cooler head could never get near this project without becoming as hot as its two stars. Unrelentingly entertaining, it demands investment and pays it all back a hundredfold at each incredible turn. There’s no distillation here - it’s pure magic chugged from the source, and a little bit of messiness and silliness is just part of its spell.
Rated 11 Jun 2022
83
67th
Male friendship!!!!!! Everything before the intermission is pretty much the perfect movie and while the rest slows down a bit it still ain’t no slouch. Heart-wrenching performances and deliriously fun action and music sequences shot gorgeously. I don’t care about the propaganda side because honestly I’ve lived in England my whole life and it seems like a fairly accurate depiction
Rated 16 Jun 2022
83
90th
Critiquing this film for its mustache-twirling villains, super patriotic imagery or utter lack of subtlety is beside the point, because the bromance of the two leads (which never sinks into toxic territory!), the bombastic presentation and the utterly insane action (and dance) sequences are such a joyous sight to behold that the three hour runtime flies by in no time.
Rated 30 Mar 2022
91
62nd
It's nearly impossible to rate something like this. "Madness" seems to be the only word to apply. A true blockbuster popcorn flick, revisionist action torture porn with the British as the Nazi vamps they kinda actually were, and a tedious brain-scrambling ultra-nationalist epic drama. S.S. Rajamouli is becoming a master in genre. Starring Melania Trump and Produced by Michael Bay and pretty much Nick Cage's dream.
Rated 19 Sep 2022
80
55th
Does for the British Raj what Inglorious Basterds did for the Nazis. I do wonder, though, if the ultra-hyper-nationalist tone would be so easy to just accept uncritically if I had any idea of the modern context of Indian politics that this was released into. I suspect it's actually rather unsavory and I just lack the background to understand why.
Rated 01 Jan 2023
85
85th
3 hours might seem long, but if you play all the slow-mo in real-time, this movie is only 90 minutes
Rated 20 Jul 2022
4
63rd
the red white and blue is out, the hindu flag is in, Top gun maverick was fun but did it have a villain so evil as the British lady with the fanged whip? No. Hollywood has fallen
Rated 15 Jul 2022
90
92nd
I'm glad I've given these bollywood films a chance they have everything I love about the movies - that spectacle is still there. RRR is tremendous fun, give it a chance!
Rated 02 Feb 2023
55
29th
The logical conclusion of the continued dumbing down of movies over the last couple of decades is RRR, with it's mustache twirling baddies and hyperactive action scenes that have no regard for how the real world works. Everything's amped up to 11, then nitro boosted to 20, resulting in something that's so far removed from reality that despite it's serious subject matter it's hard to take it on any level other than a Roadrunner cartoon. And 3 hours of Roadrunner is too much for any sane human.
Rated 15 Jun 2022
90
91st
As a piece for a dumb Canadian to enjoy this succeeds so hard. The over the top action sequences deliver. There's critique of the British Empire as a foundation but the emotional core is the relationship between these two friends. Seriously, for as amazing as the action is, there's a really compelling story that is paced well and managed to tug at my heartstrings. Musicals are my least fave genre but even the dancing worked. This is SILLY, but one of the most entertaining flicks of the year.
Rated 14 Jun 2022
78
87th
As an anti-colonial message, I can't take it seriously and it has a pretty daft image of Indian independence movements. However, the narrative is bombastically stupid and I love it! While the pacing is somewhat of a slog at times, the film is so full to the brim with crazy and inventive action pieces and over the top caricactures that it never managed to bore me. A lot of scenes play out like something out of a Chad meme, and I'm all here for it!
Rated 15 Jun 2022
30
7th
Cringe as fuck.
Rated 14 Jun 2022
80
86th
the best anti-colonial action movie since Legend of the Drunken Master. actual Dynasty Warriors-scale action put to film. holy fuck I feel like I’ve been hit with a tree.
Rated 07 Nov 2022
14
41st
How can it be a friendship of opposites if they both make me rock hard?
Rated 21 Sep 2022
80
73rd
I am no Bollywood scholar and so I'm sure there are many films that do what RRR does, but, wow, did this make me smile for three hours. Too long and so freaking silly but thoroughly entertaining. A epic bromance.
Rated 04 Feb 2023
55
14th
Splashy, extravagant (typically Bollywood) production is fun for about an hour, with the film almost maintaining its tension between the absurdity of its scale and the emotional lives of its characters; becomes too much of a good thing, with some impressively staged action scenes becoming too noisy and hectic, and even starting to resemble a video game once the CGI becomes more noticeable in the later stages. Quite well performed, and Stevenson and Doody are a terrific set of hissable villains.
Rated 26 Jun 2022
70
61st
It is extremely fun and definitely worth a watch for its epic scale, elaborate set pieces (both of the action and musical variety), and fun characters. What rubs me the wrong way though is the film's proagandistic undertones. I'm all for anti-imperialism but the film bashes the British in such a way that it also very explicitly stokes the fires of Hindu nationalism. I don't know enough about Indian politics to really comment on the messaging beyond that but it does leave a bad taste in my mouth.
Rated 09 Feb 2023
85
90th
Up the RRRa!
Rated 26 Jul 2022
75
58th
I got flashes of Taken, The Departed, Step Up, Step-Brothers, and Roots, and I think what this is telling me is that basically any movie could benefit from a well-choreographed dance fight sequence
Rated 06 Mar 2023
82
86th
The pacing in this movie is just impeccable. I wanted to leave to use the loo and get popcorn, but I just couldn’t pull myself away. People were losing their minds in the theatre - hollering, laughing hysterically, talking back to the screen. Everyone clapped at the end. … Apparently I freaking love propaganda!
Rated 15 Aug 2022
79
87th
This was my first contemporary Indian film, so it definitely takes a while to adjust to the bombastic nature of it all. Once I was settled in, this was a really enjoyable ride. A true epic that feels like it's over too soon.
Rated 28 Aug 2022
82
88th
S.S. Rajamouli motto clearly is go big or go home, (and he didn't go home ;)). This was extremely entertaining and engaging
Rated 03 Apr 2022
4
65th
The movie can be divided in exactly two parts. One before interval, which is 5/5. And one after the interval, which is a step down from the awesome former half. So feels 3/5. Overall 4/5.
Rated 17 Dec 2022
85
82nd
The best part of RRR is seeing the enthusiasm at its heart. Have I seen better T/Bollywood films? Sure! Have I seen a T/Bollywood film - schucks, any film these days - remind people of what a pure joy cinema is? Not only was this the breeziest 3-hours in memory, in a film season full of 2+ hour monoliths, this was the only one I saw people dancing in the aisles. These dudes fling motorcycles like cricket mallets. Naacho naacho.
Rated 23 Oct 2022
93
87th
Absolutely ridiculous and over-the-top, but beautifully shot, the way I like my Bollywood movies. Cartoonishly evil British villains and plucky Indian supermen opposing them aren't new, but the bromance dynamic they got going here is super-nice. Weak point: 'female main characters, what are those?'. Strong points: nice story twists&turns, and a strong Every Frame A Painting-element. A lot of loving craftsmanship here.
Rated 25 Sep 2022
8
75th
Shame on Netflix for not releasing it in its original language.
Rated 20 Jun 2022
81
79th
Hell yeah.
Rated 18 Mar 2023
75
81st
Really, Really Ridiculous. And one of those RaRe instances when that tRanslates into fun.
Rated 12 Jan 2023
76
88th
At first I thought, this is like if Zack Snyder made an anti colonial film but had a sense of color and fun. However, it became clear that there's a lot more heart, character and culture than I originally gave it credit for. If I described the set pieces, they'd sound ludicrous. Thankfully they lean into the bit every time and it always pays off.
Rated 19 Feb 2023
73
49th
This is a lot of fun, but almost plays more as a parody of an action film than an actual action film. There are so many parts that are unintentionally funny (in mostly a good way). It's hard to take any of it at all seriously, and I'm not sure to what degree we're supposed to, but I had fun watching it.
Rated 02 Apr 2022
85
97th
Hollywood who????
Rated 09 Oct 2022
85
90th
Crazy, hilarious, outrageous, and so completely over-the-top that it's impossible to hate. I had more fun watching this than anything else I've seen on Netflix in years.
Rated 16 Jan 2023
54
24th
Listen, I hate being a killjoy, but this wasn't for me. This was a slog to get through. The overblown nature of the production, while endearing at times, is mostly exhausting to endure for three hours. And listen: the action is fun at times, but the excessive nature of the violence eventually starts to feel flat-out gross and irresponsible; it's as if the filmmakers have no greater regard for human life than the despicable antagonists we're supposed to hate in the film.
Rated 06 Jan 2023
55
41st
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to drink red cordial with your eyeballs for 3 hours? Well, wonder no more. Who knew decolonisation could be so much fun!
Rated 20 Jun 2023
85
75th
Insanely dramatic, but overwhelming fun to watch. My first taste of Bollywood leaves me desiring for more!
Rated 09 Jun 2022
80
12th
Solid movie, a good way to spend time. Would definitely recommend it for the action. Btw, the plot is pretty interesting too.
Rated 03 Apr 2023
75
71st
Overall, RRR is just a whole lot of fun. There's a lot of drama, crazy action scenes, tigers and wolves running around causing carnage. There's a lot of emotion in the bromance between the two main characters and the whole movie is just damn pretty to look at. I just wish it hadn't been so long. I get it's an epic tale, but in the end I was just kind of waiting for it to end and my interest was fading out. I would have worked fine with just a bit over 2 hour runtime for me.
Rated 01 Oct 2022
90
93rd
This movie’s awesome!
Rated 06 Feb 2023
83
79th
Puts most Hollywood blockbusters to shame. Incredibly entertaining. Great bromance too!
Rated 06 Jan 2023
80
68th
Every once in a while an Indian film comes along that reminds me just how FUN and JOYOUS movies can be. While I have concerns about this film's potentially problematic role in propagating Hindutva nationalist propaganda, this is simultaneously both the best musical and the most unhinged action film I've seen all year. Radically revolutionary, bombastically campy, visually gorgeous. Micheal Bay only wishes he could make action scenes this stunning.
Rated 12 Mar 2023
85
73rd
Rifles are cool
Rated 26 Feb 2023
90
99th
This movie has nearly everything I love about big-budget Indian films. This was filled with humor, music, dance numbers, angst, heroism, action, larger-than-life characters, and enough emotions to fill 10 normal films. Marvel wishes they could make a superhero film this awesome.
Rated 13 Mar 2023
33
8th
Genre of the movie: Action, adventure, animation, biography, comedy, crime, drama, family, fantasy, history, horror, musical, mystery, romance, sci-fi, suspense, thriller, war, western. ...finds his friend on the ground, immediately realizes he is bitten from where and by which kind of snake and crafts an antidote right away by gathering ingredients from trees near by... Unintentionally absurd and stupid.
Rated 17 Sep 2022
95
97th
Mind blowingly great entertainment.
Rated 08 Aug 2023
45
9th
Let's get real here. This was a wild piece of cinema with over the top cheesiness and crazy set pieces. That said, there's not much substance under all of that. If you want a ridiculously bonkers ride with suspect special effects, this will scratch that itch. Don't expect anything else. Essentially this is an Indian B or C movie. Decent songs though
Rated 28 Aug 2022
30
7th
mega dragging, too long and uncreative. Rajamouli must be the dullest writer on the planet, he shouldve done something else with his life. Also whats with people praising the "anticolonial qualities" of this movie, lol, its so terrible at that. And sexist af. And antimuslim. And revionistic. if you enjoyed watching this movie u can delete your account here and just stop watching movies all together, its really not for you.
Rated 25 Mar 2023
82
80th
Outrageously over-the-top, but has more emotional depth and is more exciting than any Hollywood action movie, be it MCU, DCEU or not. Camp, silly, but undoubtedly entertaining throughout.
Rated 25 Mar 2024
84
80th
Two words ''naacho naacho!!'' It's worth watching just for this dance scene.
Rated 13 Feb 2023
78
72nd
Goddamnbuysherthenkillsmomwithlog+bodiescrowdlol+dopesuspendersdance:P+sniper-killedbro/mom-load.+hesjustbeentrynagetweaponsforall+learnedsongbetter+fiance-hadtosuicidebombdad+bangintofind+mostlegendarygameofchickenlol+dopestarcher+dopeenddance
Rated 09 Aug 2022
75
70th
Where do you begin with something like RRR? Absolutely a must watch for all fans of cinema! Unlike many I found it sagged a few times during the 3 hr runtime, but there is so much OTT craziness and spectacular, unique visuals on display throughout, and has such likeable characters it's easy to forgive any flaws it otherwise has.
Rated 28 Mar 2023
85
82nd
A completely silly power-fantasy of Indian liberation, but a very sympathetic and entertaining one. The movie sets itself apart from many others trying to tell a similar story by focusing on "the hero's journey": motivations, suffering and meaning is everything. It's not a boasty nationalist screaming contest, but a re-evaluation of the Indian mythos with 100 yr hindsight. It has a clear time and place, hints of historicity... but should not be seen as history. It is aspirational entertainment.
Rated 12 Mar 2023
6
0th
mass production promoting values (and cinema forms) from another times, Masculinity & clever ass malignity We the bravest, the otherness is an evil enemy (we love their women tho), kill, kill, warriors, glorify sacrifice and death, and let's wave the flags. .... the same old basic nationalist narrative....served with good laugh(?) and big effects in slow mo to pass the pill... when even india start to invest money to promote movie like this instead of the Gandhi non-violence :(
Rated 22 Jul 2022
7
77th
Absurd, overlong, wildly over-the-top and features many of the tropes we would expect from a Bollywood/Tollywood epic. But as spectacle, RRR scores, with dazzling set-pieces. It’s most sensational sequence, involving a boy, a bridge and a train, is a jaw-dropper and is never quite topped. But there’s so much warmth, so much charisma oozing from the superhuman leads, so much energy in the music and beauty in the visuals that the cliches, and relative predictability, can be overlooked.
Rated 10 Jun 2023
96
98th
This is close to being a perfect film. Bromance, fight sequences, drama, comedy and even dance numbers. If you have watch this you need to.
Rated 18 Jan 2023
55
52nd
It was a romp for the first half which led to a boring finale.
Rated 20 Dec 2022
80
85th
A relentless heroic bloodshed about two brave friend warriors taking down the British empire presence in India one big, extravagant, extremely creative set-piece at a time.
Rated 25 Jan 2023
76
64th
Probably my second favorite national propaganda movie! The second half sadly is a bit of a letdown after the grand finale of the first (I guess there’s not many ways to follow up a man throwing a big feline at another), but good fun overall.
Rated 05 Dec 2022
0
5th
As if second-tier film critics didn't want to upset Netflix in their virtue-signaling outrage.
Rated 07 Mar 2023
75
64th
divertido
Rated 13 Mar 2023
83
82nd
Amazing fun and emotions. The CGI team could make a Bolly/Tollywood's own Avatar with a bigger budget, and the action scenes are just beyond anything that Hollywood has balls to do. Give the villans some motivation too, other than being cartoonishly evil just because they can, and it could compete with any epic story ever.
Rated 23 Jul 2022
55
39th
A diverting curiousity.
Rated 04 Dec 2022
40
12th
Bollywood. Harikalar sineması. Abartının dibi. Kardeşinin kaçırılması sonucu, Delhi'deki İngiliz sarayından kurtarmaya çalışan ağbi ve halkını korumak amaçlı polis olarak sızan kabile reisi oğlunun kanka dostluk filmi. İkili arasındaki kankalık seyretse de, dans ve dövüş sahneleriyle kahkaha attırıyor. 3 saat. Şaşırtıcı. Saçma. Ama 1 gün o güzel film yapılacak. Filmin sonunda, Motorsiklet. Koynumda balık beslemişim.
Rated 01 Oct 2022
85
91st
Bollywood always has extraodinary cinematography and music. It's a rare occasion that I watch one of their movies, but I am always amazed at the sheer art they put into the audio-visual experience. The pictures you see are real art, and noone in Hollywood can use background music so effectively to tell a story as in India. I love all this. Sadly it also has really out of the place dance scenes too, but if you can take that then this is a very solid picture. Recommended for everyone.
Rated 25 Sep 2022
90
91st
2022'de #IzlediğimFilmler ; 247. RRR (Rise Roar Revolt) (2022) Hint sineması bambaşka bir dünya. Bu film de öyle. Bir hikayeden beklediğim her şeyi barındırıyordu. Muazzam.
Rated 08 Jun 2022
73
39th
Critiquing this film for its mustache-twirling villains, super patriotic imagery or utter lack of subtlety might be beside the point, but in the end it's those things that keep me from fully enjoying it as much as I might want to (and I did certainly enjoy many of its awesomely over-the-top/cheesy/ridiculous moments).
Rated 08 Jul 2023
52
22nd
Great story and ideas, but not enough music throughout, personally it made it boring from a bollywood perpective. Great scenes and fights, but just not enough music ruined it for me
Rated 11 May 2023
48
5th
Funny Action Bollywood Film!!!
Rated 09 Mar 2023
8
75th
“RRR” is an epic, grand-scale action film that manages to balance its fantastical elements with a heartwarming friendship at its core. The chemistry between stars N. T. Rama Rao Jr and Ram Charan is excellent and brings a lot of emotional weight to the film. The action sequences are creative and visually stunning, with impressive visual effects that bring the computer-generated animals to life.
Rated 11 Jul 2022
88
88th
RRR is an epic, insane adventure filled with explosive action sequences and an entertaining story
Rated 12 Apr 2024
80
91st
Pure joy.
Rated 20 Jan 2023
88
89th
RRR is very fun, imposing and flamboyant in all the best ways. I don't think I've seen any other Indian movies, but if all of them ooze so much excitement and power, I'm there for it. The friendship sequence felt both ridiculous and perfect. I loved the camera work, especially when a character receives shocking news/revelation. The camera zooms in, eyes glazing, dramatic music. Delicious!
Rated 12 Jan 2023
20
12th
I give "RRR" an "FFF". It's the stylized fantasy slow-mo CGI action scenes from "300" and "Sherlock Holmes"...but 15 years too late. It's stupid. It's too long. And I hated it. They say there are so many great, overlooked films made around the world...but if this is the "rest of world"'s best, then Hollywood has nothing to fear. This...this? Is India's "Braveheart"??.............You've got to be fucking kidding me...
Rated 24 Apr 2023
70
96th
Everything is oozing homoerotic idol worshiping filled with action on stereoids. It's so over-the-top that it's impossible not to have a good time with this massive showcase of N.T. Rama Rao Jr. & Ram Charan joining forces. Visually super stunning, but it's a artificial style that often feels like a big culture gap. But if you go along with the cheesy nature of it you'll have a good time. Won Oscar for "Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures (Original Song)."
Rated 29 Jan 2023
66
48th
Was able to watch a copy in Telugu and not the forced Hindi dub from NF. Unfortunately the English parts were dubbed into Telugu as well. Some of them were, but just over the English audio. Takes away some of the immersion for sure. A true spectacle , and the over the top zero respect for gravity or physics throughout is part of the charm albeit too frequent for my personal tastes, it is done on purpose. Think you like slo-mo action sequences? Try 3 hrs of em. Fun, but a bit too cartoony. 6.6
Rated 05 Jan 2023
86
97th
This is how to do "over the top"!
Rated 26 Jan 2023
69
57th
Somewhere, Chuck Norris is going "...Dude." Brilliant over-the-top action ballet leaving something of a bad nationalist aftertaste even before the anti-hero literally transforms into a blood-soaked flag-waving avatar of Vishnu.
Rated 26 Jan 2023
90
93rd
RRR is amazing when it tosses aside rationality and goes full homoerotic bromance. Physics and logic drop to their knees at the feet of these towering, musclebound dance-bros. The now famous Naatu Naatu scene is a scene for the ages. If the movie had kept that energy for three hours RRR would be the best movie of the decade. Instead it needs to bring the story home, dampening the broperatic flame at its center to complete the plot, and ends up "only" being the best film of the year.
Rated 22 Mar 2023
75
79th
I rate this movie highly for remaining engaging while having a 3 hour runtime. But as an ignorant American part of me fears I'm missing potential nationalistic flaws in the movie.

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