Dynamite Telugu Movie Review, Rating

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dynamite-movie-ReviewMovie : Dynamite
Star Cast : Manchu Vishnu, Pranitha
Producer : Manchu Vishnu
Director : Deva Katta
Music : Achu
Release Date : 3-07-2015

Dynamite is a remake of Tamil hit Arimanambi. Deva Katta made slight changes in the screenplay and added loads of action to the original. Vishnu Manchu has owned this film and carried it on his broad shoulders.What is it about?Shivaji (Vishnu) and Anamika (Praneetha) meet by accident and on the night of their first date Anamika gets kidnapped and Shivaji is left clueless. When Shivaji goes to Anamika’s home to find out some details about he comes to know that she is in a big problem due to some memory card that carries deadly secrets about a powerful man. How does Shivaji rescue Anamika from the baddies and how does the couple escape from the clutches of that powerful man forms rest of the story.Performances:Vishnu Manchu:

Vishnu Manchu has gone for complete makeover for this character. He is extremely stylish and macho in that bearded look. He has done some risky stunts in this film that will leave you amazed. Vishnu hasn’t done many action films in his career so far. He simply rocked as an action star. People who love to see realistic action will be thrilled with Vishnu’s stunts in this film. His performance is too good in the emotional scenes.

Praneetha, JD and Others:

Praneetha’s performance is good as the damsel in distress. She did her bit in giving ample support to Vishnu. JD Chakravarthy the veteran has once again stole the show with his flawless performance. His expressions in the scene where he watches a video along with an investigation officer are simply superb. Raja Ravindra, Nagireddy, Praveen, Paruchuri Ventakeswara Rao and others are apt in their respective characters.

Technicalities:

Direction:

Deva Katta who has done emotional films in the past has proved that he can handle an action thriller with ease. Racy screenplay and breezy narration turned out to be the highlights of this film. There aren’t any glaring errors on the direction front. This is fairly decent work from Deva Katta. He has recovered from his previous dud to deliver a solid action thriller.

Music and Others:

There is no scope for songs in this film. They have placed three songs to please the masses, but could have done without them. Achu’s music is fine. His background score is impressive. Satish’s cinematography is another plus point. Editing is crisp. Fight master Vijayan’s work is simply fantastic. Dialogues are good. Production values are topnotch.

Thumbs Up:

Vishnu Manchu

Action Scenes

Racy Screenplay

Second Half

Thumbs Down:

Unnecessary songs

Weak take off

Analysis:

Dynamite keeps you on the edge with scintillating action and with a screenplay that moves ahead at breakneck pace. There are few teething problems as the story takes some time to unfold. It keeps you guessing all the time until the villain is revealed. It is all blasting action once the villain gets into action.

First half may have few problems but the second half is so brilliant with interesting mind games and exhilarating action. This is easily one of the finest films in Vishnu’s career thus far. Audience who love to watch breezy action thrillers will be left mind blown by the end of the movie. It is a different genre movie that may not appeal to the audience who look for comedy and masala elements.

Deva Katta’s screenplay is so good. He could have avoided songs that come as speed breakers. Last half an hour is the major highlight in the film. You cannot take your eyes off the screen after JD Chakravarthy enters the commissioner’s office. Vishnu’s performance and the action scenes are more than your money’s worth. And there is much more in offer in this Dynamite. Watch it.

Verdict: Solid Action Thriller.

 

Movie : Dynamite Star Cast : Manchu Vishnu, Pranitha Producer : Manchu Vishnu Director : Deva Katta Music : Achu Release Date : 3-07-2015 Dynamite is a remake of Tamil hit Arimanambi. Deva Katta made slight changes in the screenplay and added loads of action to the original. Vishnu Manchu has owned this film and carried it on his broad shoulders.What is it about?Shivaji (Vishnu) and Anamika (Praneetha) meet by accident and on the night of their first date Anamika gets kidnapped and Shivaji is left clueless. When Shivaji goes to Anamika's home to find out some details about he comes to know that she is in a big problem due to some memory card that carries deadly secrets about a powerful man. How does Shivaji rescue Anamika from the baddies and how does the couple escape from the clutches of that powerful man forms rest of the story.Performances:Vishnu Manchu: Vishnu Manchu has gone for complete makeover for this character. He is extremely stylish and macho in that bearded look. He has done some risky stunts in this film that will leave you amazed. Vishnu hasn't done many action films in his career so far. He simply rocked as an action star. People who love to see realistic action will be thrilled with Vishnu's stunts in this film. His performance is too good in the emotional scenes. Praneetha, JD and Others: Praneetha's performance is good as the damsel in distress. She did her bit in giving ample support to Vishnu. JD Chakravarthy the veteran has once again stole the show with his flawless performance. His expressions in the scene where he watches a video along with an investigation officer are simply superb. Raja Ravindra, Nagireddy, Praveen, Paruchuri Ventakeswara Rao and others are apt in their respective characters. Technicalities: Direction: Deva Katta who has done emotional films in the past has proved that he can handle an action thriller with ease. Racy screenplay and breezy narration turned out to be the highlights of this film. There aren't any glaring errors on the direction front. This is fairly decent work from Deva Katta. He has recovered from his previous dud to deliver a solid action thriller. Music and Others: There is no scope for songs in this film. They have placed three songs to please the masses, but could have done without them. Achu's music is fine. His background score is impressive. Satish's cinematography is another plus point. Editing is crisp. Fight master Vijayan's work is simply fantastic. Dialogues are good. Production values are topnotch. Thumbs Up: Vishnu Manchu Action Scenes Racy Screenplay Second Half Thumbs Down: Unnecessary songs Weak take off Analysis: Dynamite keeps you on the edge with scintillating action and with a screenplay that moves ahead at breakneck pace. There are few teething problems as the story takes some time to unfold. It keeps you guessing all the time until the villain is revealed. It is all blasting action once the villain gets into action. First half may have…

Dynamite

Story - Screenplay - 3.25
Star Cast Performance - 3.5
Technicalities - 3.25
Direction - 3.25

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