Corey’s review published on Letterboxd:
massive, electric, and beyond enthralling, RRR is a definitive blockbuster for the ages, effortlessly churning out one of the most kinetic slices of action with exuberance and a truckload of emotive weight that gets the blood flowing, the heart racing, and the bloodied tears dropping. never has three hours of film breezed by quite like this, chock-full of original, breakneck set pieces stemming from a distinct visceral/cathartic reaction to oppression and the fiery release of revolutionary will, blowing colonization to smithereens while nurturing an unexpected, but equally likely brotherhood and connection through sweat, strain, and strive all along the way. as hilarious as it is gruesome, whimsical, and punishing. go in blind.