‘F2’ Movie Review

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Venkatesh VarunTej F2 Movie Review

F2 has been making a lot of buzz with its fun promos. Venkatesh and Varun Tej teaming up with Anil Ravipudi, the director known for writing quirky comedy scenes promised a lot of fun. Let’s analyze if the film lived up to delivering the goods.

F2 Movie review: 3.2/5

2 hrs 28 m | Comedy | 2019-01-12

CAST

Venkatesh, Varun Tej, Tamanna, Mehreen, Rajendra Prasad, Prakash Raj, Vennela Kishore and others

Director – Anil Ravipudi
Producer – Dil Raju
Banner – Sri Venkateswara Creations
Music – Devi Sri Prasad

F2 has been making a lot of buzz with its fun promos. Venkatesh and Varun Tej teaming up with Anil Ravipudi, the director known for writing quirky comedy scenes promised a lot of fun. Let’s analyze if the film lived up to delivering the goods.

What is it about?

Venky (Venkatesh) is a frustrated husband who is fed up of his dominating wife Harika (Tamanna). His would be co-brother Varun (Varun Tej) also gets frustrated by his girlfriend (Honey). They both runaway to another country to have some fun and their ladies decide to teach them a lesson.

Thumbs Up:

Venkatesh

Fun First Half

Heroines glam show

Thumbs Down:

A bit frustrating second half

Predictable climax

Analysis:

Anil Ravipudi’s choice of casting Venkatesh as one of the leads has turned out to be the biggest boon for F2. The veteran superstar is in fine form as the frustrated husband. His comic timing and dialogue delivery is very fun to watch. Venky runs the show in the first half and is ably supported by Varun Tej who also shines along by the side of the former. First half is full of fun moments which can be related by most of the married people. Anil Ravipudi didn’t have much substance on hands but uses his skills of creating fun to good effect.

First half is extremely hilarious and set high expectations on the post interval portions. However, the film takes a different route in the second half with husbands and wives plotting plans against each other. A few more characters are introduced into the narrative. Prakash Raj’s ideology seems very cinematic and convenient. But we cannot expect comedies to be logical. Although second half offers less fun it is okay to an extent. Climax is predictable with all characters ending up on a broken bridge.

F2 is not a perfect film but has good fun moments that can be relished by the festival audience. It will definitely get the thumbs up from family audiences and also the masses. You may get disappointed if you are expecting fresh story and polished screenplay. But Anil Ravipudi like always delivers a film that has enough to cross the line. F2 also has enough elements to score over the competition and therefore has chances to work well among the festival releases. Second half could have been better but the hilarious first half almost does the job for it.

Verdict: A Bit Frustrating, disappointed if you are expecting fresh.  But Mostly Fun! 

 

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