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A fictitious story about two legendary revolutionaries and their journey away from home before they started fighting for their country in 1920s. (NR, 187 min. with intermission)
Original title: RRR (Rise Roar Revolt)


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EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND! Back on the big screen where it belongs for an #encoRRRe, 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 (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 a powerful message, staggeringly choreographed action sequences, and an all-timer (or three) of a musical number, RRR is sheer big-screen joy from start to finish, and audiences have one last chance to see it big and loud as intended.

Starring: N.T. Rama, Rao Jr.Ram, CharanAjay Devgn
Director: S.S. Rajamouli
Language: English, Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada
Genre(s): Action, Drama

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"SS Rajamouli delivers an epic mythological action superhero bromance."

— Shubhra Gupta, The Indian Express

"RRR is maximum cinema, the kind of in-your-face, colorful, fiery, loud, awe-inspiring experience you really can only get from the movies."

— Nitish Pahwa, Slate

"All that's required is an appreciation for the director's aptitude for wielding visual chaos with the delight and vigor of an orchestra conductor."

— Melanie McFarland,

"To call this the best blockbuster of 2022 is only partially accurate; it’s really several of the best blockbusters, plural, you’re apt to catch this year."

— David Fear, Rolling Stone

"A fine showcase for Rajamouli’s characteristic focus on maximalist action choreography, overwhelming stuntwork and pyrotechnics, and sophisticated computer graphics."

— Simon Abrams,

"Plenty of recent releases have been hailed as the return of cinema post-pandemic, but RRR stands apart as an unabashed return to everything that makes the cinematic experience great, all at once."

— Siddhant Adlakha, indieWire

"People who hand-wring about movies being dead really need to check this one out. RRR proves that, yes, cinema is alive and well, but only if you’re willing, every now and again, to look past your backyard."

— Cory Woodroof, The Playlist

"The energy and broad-strokes excitement of 'RRR,' the sheer craft that has gone into its excess, make it the kind of addictive live-action cartoon Hollywood strives so hard to manufacture and so often fails at."

— Ty Burr, Ty Burr's Watch List

"The movie is such an irresistible and intoxicating celebration of cinematic excess that even after 187 minutes (including intermission or, as the title card announces, InteRRRval), you are left exhilarated, not exhausted."

— Joe Leydon, Variety

"It may have a tenuous relationship with nuance, but RRR is a bombastic delight. Making the Fast And Furious series look restrained by comparison, it hits the parts Hollywood actioners just can’t reach. Rise! Roar! Revelation!"

— Ian Freer, Empire Magazine