Jai Surya

Jai Surya

Based in Kancheepuram, Surya/Arjun makes a living as a con-man on the North Zone, and is assisted by his girlfriend, Baby; while the South side is presided over by Pashupati. When a Kolkata-based contractor hires the latter to kill District Collector Jaianand/Kishan, Surya decides to defend him - this results in his finding out that Jaianand is his look-alike. Jaianand's terrified fiancée, Shanupriya, then hires Surya to not only protect but also impersonate Jaianand - a move that will drastically change everyone's lives - especially when Kishan refuses to let anyone take his place

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Chris H (es) wrote: A respectable horror/comedy that is held together by the strength of Anthon Yelchin's performance.

Jarek M (au) wrote: "I told you not to call here and interrupt my Kung Fu!"

Dan G (jp) wrote: I have never seen a film like this before; so risky, so unconventional, so surreal, so... funny. The humour is completely unorthodox and catches you off your guard. What is funny about a man having his penis pecked by a chicken? I don't know. I found that this mix of humour and surrealism was akin to the films of Terry Gilliam. But what I found most interesting about the humour of the film was that different things made different people laugh, I watched it with five other people and rarely was there a communal laugh, just individuals chuckling when something tickled them. The story follows three generations of an eccentric family and even though each generation is linked the film still feels fragmented, separating it into a series of folk stories, reminiscent of the Romanian film Tales From The Golden Age (but far more explicit).This film is not for the squeamish. What struck me most was the directors lack of fear when it came to some of the more graphic scenes, Plfi does not cut away where most directors would. The scene where the young boy's tail is removed with a pair of pincers is a prime example of this. As the pincers reached the base of the tail I was expecting the camera to cut to the baby's face letting out a scream, but it didn't, it stuck with it, and we were forced to watched the pincers struggle to rip the tail off. I don't know who Taxidermia will appeal to, it's more of a pot luck, but some will get it, some won't. If you do get a chance to see it, don't try to see reason, just go with it.

Logan G (it) wrote: This movie was very funny. I think it is more of a comedy then a basketball movie but Martin Lawrence was hilarious with the team and his tactics to get the team to win.

Lee M (mx) wrote: To its credit, the film is well cast and boasts imaginative production design, but is neither particularly funny nor emotionally credible.

Kyle M (br) wrote: Martin's rom-com is spirited with hilarity while being wonderful and kind-hearted. (A-)(Full review coming soon)

Jim S (jp) wrote: Orson Welles makes love to Rita Hayworth with the camera in this one. Nicely twisted plot.

Caroline P (es) wrote: This isn't a "techy" sci-fi film. It focuses on the lives that are being effectively ruined by a flawed system. Wonderfuly tragic performance by Law, and Hawke and Thurman have fantastic chemistry.