RRR Has Best Opening In Western Cinemas

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India’s wild action movie RRR re-imagines real-life revolt as an epic superhero battle.
The latest outsized crowd-pleaser from Baahubali series director S.S. Rajamouli finds massive thrills in revolution.

InIn the famous “No Man’s Land” sequence from 2017’s Wonder Woman, Gal Gadot strides across a barren battlefield in slow motion, deflecting German bullets with her wrist cuffs and a magical shield.

The wind blows through her hair as she leaps across the muddy fields with godlike nimbleness, the score swelling behind her with patriotic pride. 

There’s a similar moment in RRR (“Rise Roar Revolt”), S.S. Rajamouli’s action-drama hybrid about the adventures of two Indian revolutionaries.

Who have divergent approaches to resisting British occupation in 1920s Delhi. The difference is, in RRR, it’s just one of half a dozen scenes of its kind.


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