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The action choreography is exciting, the operatic plot is compelling, and there's a genuine sense of optimism that undercuts the gouts of blood and thunderous sound effects.
Here, once again, is thunderous spectacle unlikely to be surpassed in several summers, and clinching proof of writer-director SS Rajamouli's position among world cinema's boldest imagemakers.
The musical sequences, dancing, battles and everything else are magnetic and wonderful.
For all its derivativeness, Baahubali reminds me of what it is to feel like a child again. To look up at the giant screen, all gooey-eyed, waiting to feel small and overawed...
It's a hugely entertaining story that builds, ebbs, and flows in such a way that it feels like the Lord Of The Rings of Indian cinema.
Few films, much less epics of this scale, actually attempt to graft new images upon classical myth and nationalistic history.
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion is an easy recommendation to film fans looking to expand their horizons.
Baahubali The Beginning was enormously enjoyable. Baahubali The Conclusion comes to life only in bits and pieces and the credit for it should goes to Prabhas.
Indian cinephiles must salute Rajamouli for his vision and ambition. He once again gives us our Ben Hur and Ten Commandments experience rolled into one.
While it doesn't have the same panoramic adventure of its predecessor, it does make up with grand scale and precise execution. This movie is worth the hype.
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion is a colorful amalgamation of hit serials like Game Of Thrones and those archaic Indian mythological series such as Mahabharata or the Ramayna.
Rajamouli has achieved something few Indian directors have managed in their careers: he has tapped into the pulse of the Indian sensibility and made a truly pan-Indian film.
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