AWE Movie Review

AWE Movie Review

Cast: Kajal Aggarwal, Srinivas Avasarala, Regina Cassandra, Nithya Menon
Director: Prasanth Varma
Producers: Nani, Prashanti Tipirneni
Production company: Wall Poster Cinema
Music director: Mark.K.Robin
Cinematographer: Karthik Ghattamaneni
Editor: Goutham Nerusu
Language: Telugu
Release date: 16-02-2018
Censor certificate: UA
Run time: 1hr, 55mins
Genre: Drama, Thriller

PLOT

How five different layer stories link up with the lonely woman Kajal Aggarwal happens to be the base plot of the film.

PROS

Credits to director Prasanth Varma for taking up a complicated subject and handling it smartly. Script is exciting which maintains the suspense factor till the end. Screenplay is good and interesting which demands the audience’s attention thoroughly. Dialogues are fully content based, humor has structured well within the concept. Kajal Aggarwal’s character stays as a mystery till the true phase is revealed. Nani has given voice for a fish, which is filled with full of sensible LOL moments. All other artists have impressed by giving strength to their characters with some fine performances. Good to see Nithya Menon and Regina Cassandra taking up bold roles. Mark.K.Robin’s BGM has given a neat clarity to the flow. There are absolutely no songs, hence zero disturbance. Camera work is so worthy as each chapter has so much detail. Appreciable work by Goutham Nerusu for restricting the duration to 115mins. Film gives a fresh feeling till the break point and completely engages. Climax is superb and the twist is highly unpredictable which sums up the victory.

CONS

Murali Sharma’s character is too kiddish and the magic element is on the ground level from initial time itself. His scenes falls flat which doesn’t provide any sort of entertainment even though the intentions are right, in contrast it actually bores and slows down the game. Many portions in the later half lack to an extent, also the proceeding are unnecessarily dragged beyond a point. Editor Goutham Nerusu could’ve chopped few portions in the second half to increase the speed of the flow.

TO CONCLUDE – High concept narrated in an different pattern, in spite of lags in the later half, execution makes it a good watch.

Movie Rating – 3/ 5.

This review is sponsored by ‘The Sight Media’!

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