SS Rajamouli’s latest blockbuster RRR continues to wow audiences and leave a significant mark on the west. For weeks we’ve been hearing praise for Ram Charan-Jr’s epic film NTR from international writers and filmmakers, and now another name has been added to the list. Spider-Man in Spider-Verse and The Lego Movie director Christopher Miller is a new fan of the film and he shared his take on the film.
Miller shared his views on Twitter, and he called Rajamouli’s vision epic and entertaining enough to sit for 3 hours. Christopher said: “RRR is ridiculously over the top madness and it’s INCREDIBLE. It’s like Michael Bay, Baz Luhrmann and Stephen Chow teamed up to make a movie. It was 3 hours long, but it could have been 4 hours and I would. I always enjoyed it.”
Here is the tweet
RRR is over-the-top ridiculous madness and it’s unbelievable. It’s like Michael Bay and Baz Luhrmann and Stephen Chow teaming up to make a movie. It was 3 hours but it could have been 4 hours and I still would have enjoyed it. pic.twitter.com/gjTbBFJdg8— Christopher Miller (@chrizmillr) June 14, 2022
Since its digital release on Netflix, RRR has garnered rave reviews from various Hollywood celebrities. Jackson Lanzing, who wrote titles such as Captain America and Batman Beyond, also praised the film. Jackson’s subtle but impactful praise of the film was duly noted by the film’s official Twitter account which tweeted and thanked him for his kind words.
Jackson Lanzing jumped to his Twitter account on Tuesday to share a GIF of Ram Charan from the movie. In the tweet, he wrote, “Hey Jackson, was RRR the best movie time you’ve ever had?” Me: (followed by Ram Charan’s GIF giving a thumbs up). Jackson wanted to say that he really liked watching RRR.
Here is the tweet
“Hey Jackson, was RRR the best movie time you’ve ever had?”
— (@JacksonLanzing) June 14, 2022
Set in the 1920s, RRR is a fictional tale based on two of India’s revolutionary freedom fighters, Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem. This fictional tale takes us on a journey of friendship about how the course of history would have changed if these two freedom fighters had met during their self-imposed exile.