Baahubali 2: The Conclusion


Action / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 100%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 87%
IMDb Rating 8.3 10 64,336


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Reviewed by Fella_shibby 1 / 10 / 10

This ain't no Conclusion but a Concussion to da head. A very bad spoof/cartoon film.

Finally sat down to write the review of this over-hyped trash. Saw this with my friends in a theatre. I was never a fan of the first part. It was pure cartoonish n bad movie. Was not keen on watching the 2nd but sometimes u cant deny ur pals. The only reason i am writing a review of this trash is to let my anger out. The story of this movie was so lame that at times i felt m i watching an 80s bollywood crap. The hero is shown as the best human being without any shades of grey. Basically there was zero effort in the screenplay. Lets come to the acting. Inspite of the movie being 3 hrs long, there is zero character development. The lead actor, Prabhas was pathetic. The expressions n mannerisms were not convincing. The editing was the worst. Most of us started fiddling with our fones. Ther r unnecessary scenes which jus drags on. Cinematography in this movie was awful. The direction is very amateurish. The director didn't know how to create tension or get the best outta his cast n crew. Coming to the vfx of this movie, i found it to be cartoonish n very silly. The scene where Baahubali uses coconut trees as an infiltrating object for his army to get on top of the fort would be remembered as the most unintentional comedic scene. Some of the video games n animated movies r much better than this trash. So many arrows are fired yet Bahubali gets away easily. The dam scene man. Regarding originality n creativity: Straight away copied from 300, Game of thrones, Superman vs Batman, Ong bak, Hercules, Troy, The Mummy, Wonder woman. The first part of this lousy film copied the poster of Simon Birch.

Reviewed by Swarochita-Swapnocharini 8 / 10 / 10

Baahubali - A Pure Classic that can be Enjoyed Again and Again!

Okay, how is this possible?...After the release of "Baahubali 2", it was trending in social networking site...Before it's release, everybody was trying to figure out why did Katappa kill Baahubali?...People were assuming in their own way...Lots of people became fan of Prabhas, Ramya Krishnan and Rana Daggubati after watching the part 1...They were thinking what will be the story of part 2?...How Anushka Shetty will look as younger Devasena?...Most of the non-Indians like me who did not watch South Indian Films before, were thinking will the pairing of Prabhas and Anushka look odd?...Because Anushka played the character of Mahendra's mother in part 1 and she will romance with Baahubali in part 2...And we all know both Baahubali and Mahendra's characters are portrayed by Prabhas...But I was so wrong...'PraNushka' is the best pair of Indian film currently...In 90's & zero decade I had lots of favorite pairs, as SRK used to look good with every actresses such as – Madhuri, Preity, Kajol, Rani, Sushmita, Aishwarya, Karishma, Juhi, Twinkle, Mahima...I just love SRK's pairing with these actresses so much...But unfortunately that Bollywood no longer exists now...After watching Baahubali, I became a fan of South Indian films...That's why I have started watching Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil and Kannada films...After watching a lot of South Indian films, still PraNushka is my most favorite on screen couple...They looked good in "Billa" and" Mirchi" as well...I also love the pairing of Prabhas with Tapshee, Kajal, Tamannaah, Asin and Trisha...But among them Prabhas and Anushka are magical...In addition to, I personally think South Indian film industries are making best movies currently...I used to watch Hindi and Indian Bengali films...But these two industries are not doing well currently...As I have become a fan of South Indian films after watching Baahubali, it's like the first love to me...That's why I can't stand anything against Baahubali and Baahubali 2...I came to read the reviews in IMDb and I was kind of shocked!...Why so much of hatred?... The story is very good and the direction is outstanding...S. S. Rajamouli did a brilliant job...Till now I will say these two parts of Baahubali are his best movies...Lots of iconic characters are there such as – Amarendra Baahubali, Devasena, Bhalladeva, Shivagami, Katappa etc...In part 1, I love most the war and action sequences, and in Part 2, the love story of Devasena and Baahubali is the best...I don't know which one I love most about these two movies - the story, direction, cast, songs, background music, characters, dialogues – each and everything is too good...How can people hate these two movies?...I think people who wrote negative reviews are totally jealous...They don't have any other reason to hate these movies...'Baahubali' is a masterpiece which can be enjoyed again and again...It is a pure classic...We want this type of movies which can satisfy both our eyes and souls ♥ ♥ ♥

Reviewed by jamesrupert2014 8 / 10 / 10

The epic epic continues

Baahubali 2 (2017) continues the epic silliness of the first Baahubali (2015), with even bigger battles, dance scenes, menacing looks, and muscles. The surprise reveal at the end of part 1 is explained and the circle is completed with the transition of the hero role from Amarendra Baahubali himself to his son, Mahendra Baahubali (both played by Prabhas) (who, as an infant, was saved from his murderous uncle by the queen, as seen in the prologue to the first film). Like its antecedent, this film swings wildly from almost slapstick comedy (e.g. Baahubali passes himself of as a 'blockhead' to get near Princess Devasena) to bloody (if cartoonish) violence including multiple impalements, immolations, and decapitations. The buzz-saw chariot is back (now equipped with a sort of volley-gun arrow launcher) but the tactical highlight is the palm-tree catapults that launch teams of soldiers who to use their shields to form armored balls in mid-air. Even Wile E Coyote would have dismissed this strategy as improbable, but the laws of physics are outrageously ignored throughout most of the action scenes and this is just a particularly egregious (but fun) example. Not surprisingly, most of the film is CGI: very good in places but times looking more like a video-game than an epic, 'live-action' film. As with #1, I watched a subtitled version so can't really comment on the acting but all of the leads still look and sound the part (Anushka Shetty's Devasena and Sathyaraj's Kattappa are particularly good). There were a few weak scenes (the weird flying ship (dream?) sequence comes to mind) that IMO kept #2 from being as overall as good as #1; but, all in all, an over-the-top epic fantasy with perhaps a somewhat different aesthetic than Western audiences are used to (picture Aragorn and Arwen, backed by dancing elves, breaking into a love duet in the middle of the council of Elrond).

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