“Thrills & Twists: Ma Oori Polimera 2 – Review”
In the sequel to the successful OTT release, “Ma Oori Polimera,” director Dr. Anil Vishwanath brings “Ma Oori Polimera 2” to the big screen, elevating expectations. The story follows Jangaiah in search of his missing brother Komuraiah, intertwined with the mysteries of an ancient temple. The film captivates audiences through the uncovering of connections between the past and present.
Director Anil Vishwanath crafts a convincing narrative, spotlighting character connections. Satyam Rajesh’s silent yet expressive portrayal of Komuraiah stands out, along with Kamakshi Bhaskarla’s subdued yet significant role in the second half. The movie’s music and unexpected twists in the latter part engage the audience effectively.
The film lacks a deep exploration of the temple mystery, focusing more on establishing connections between past events and current occurrences. The slow-paced first half and excessive scary scenes might deter family audiences. Additionally, the heavy use of flashbacks feels disconnecting, needing a more streamlined approach.
While the intention to create a franchise is evident, a stronger storyline and a more engaging screenplay are crucial. Gyaani’s music intensifies key scenes, notably the snake-surrounded temple moment, but the cinematography could have been more satisfying. The production values remain high despite some disconnected flashbacks.
“Ma Oori Polimera 2” delivers decent thrills and engaging twists, but the slow start, excessive scares, and unresolved temple mystery create a mixed viewing experience. Fans of the first movie may find this sequel interesting, especially for thriller enthusiasts seeking a weekend watch.
Article By: Sai kiran
Published On: 3rd, November 2023TAGGED :