The logic of the movie is really puzzling

Walton 2022-04-20 09:01:47

I feel that the plot logic of this film is very poor. Why is what the Queen Mother said equal to the truth? law? It's obviously a misunderstanding, just admit the mistake, how big of a deal can you get rid of your son's throne? And let Bajo bring back Devashina, didn't he already send him a letter? Why send troops to fight the small country where Devashina is located? It is said that this group of soldiers ran fast enough, surpassing the birds of the messenger! Moreover, Bajo has a token of the king on his chest, and even the king of a small country recognizes it, so Bajo can completely use it to command the soldiers of his own country, so that he does not need his own country's token. The soldiers were wiped out by themselves. Personally, I think this arrangement is the screenwriter's wishful thinking to make the audience feel that Bajo can fight, and make Devasina worship Bajo (do you worship him for killing?)

And Bajo's uncle is also really interesting. In order not to let the queen mother's hands get his son's blood, he would rather kill Bajo who respected him so much. And it was also used to refer to Bajo from the bitter meat scheme. I really can't accept this kind of morality. Since both myself and the queen mother understand Bajo's character, no one has thoroughly investigated the frame-up. At least bring Bajo over to ask, and set up a bitter plan to frame Bajo. I said, do you love Bajo or hate Bajo?

There are too many, I don't want to vomit anymore...

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  • Justyn 2021-12-21 08:01:03

    Throwing stones at each other on the border between India and China affirmed their first move. This film is proof

  • Alphonso 2021-12-21 08:01:03

    I watched it completely as a comedy. A mix of Lei Pian + God Pian. It's even more than the last one. The male protagonist opens and hangs the whole process, and he also needs to bring his own electric fan, and his hair will always float. All kinds of old-fashioned plots and bloody settings, father and son are completely indistinguishable. However, I actually enjoyed this narcissistic, so confident and straightforward movie. Hahahaha, who will stop me.

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion quotes

  • Kattappa: Finally having the kingdom all to himself, Bhallaladeva's atrocities knew no bounds. Fuelled by his rage towards Devasena, he destroyed Kunthala kingdom. We all believed you to be dead son, but your grandmother sacrificed her own life to save yours. Your mother and motherland have been waiting for twenty-five years. Only for you, Mahendra.

  • Sivagami: Baahu, I have already promised Devasena to Bhalladeva in marriage.

    Devasena: Stop! Who are you to select a husband for me without my consent? Do you not know that a Kshatriya princess has the right to choose her own husband? Do you not have this much sense?

    Sivagami: How dare you raise your voice at Sivagami! Commander, arrest this arrogant woman and bring her to her knees!

    Setu Patti: As you wish Queen Mother!

    [Setu Patti and the other soldiers pull out their swords and advance towards Devasena. Baahubali pulls out his own sword and steps in front of her]

    Amarendra Baahubali: Anyone who lays a hand on Devasena might as well be touching Baahubali's sword.