Jayeebhava is a 2009 Telugu film directed by Naren Kondapati. It stars Kalyan Ram, Hansika Motwani and Mukesh Rishi. Bhavani Shankar (Mukesh Rishi) and Narasimha (Jaya Prakash Reddy) are rivals and two warring leaders in the same town. Ram (Kalyan Ram) gets into a fight in a pub, and goes home where we find out he is Bhavani's son. Ram gets scolded at by his father as Narasimha had warned him over the phone and said not to beat his men again. In the dark he goes to Narasimha's house and hits him, this makes Narasimha paranoid and he tries to find out who did it. Ram decides to go back to London, and on the way to the airport he say's he's going to Hong Kong which frightens his dad's friend as a big don lives there yet he lets Ram go.
- Stars:Ali, Raghu Babu, Banerji, Brahmanandam, Chalapathi Rao, Hema, Hansika Motwani, Kalyan Ram, Jayaprakash Reddy, Mukesh Rishi, Sudha, Ashish Vidyarthi,
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(jp) wrote: Unfortunately I saw this film.
(ru) wrote: Simple plot and nothing extravagant except for the hype. Not one of the best movies of the year. Om Puri did well here.
(es) wrote: So cold and hard. Total lack of hope. Suberb and unsentimental film.
(jp) wrote: Great John Travolta movie :D
(au) wrote: Sheer brilliance. Deep down, EVERYONE has a love/hate thing about identical twins. On the one side, they wish they had that kind of communion with someone, that sort of magical intimacy they share, having someone basically the exact same as themselves...yet that same one-of-a-kind companionship is scary as hell.I haven't seen, from my fellow Canadian, either 'Scanners' (1981) or 'Naked Lunch' (1991), so I can't honestly say whether or not my assertion can be thus extended, but I dare ANYONE to find in horror a finer run than Cronenberg had, in 'Videodrome', 'The Dead Zone', 'The Fly'...and this, 'Dead Ringers'.
(es) wrote: Yippee K'I'eh Motherfuckers!!!!!
(it) wrote: Beverly Hills Cop is a fun, upbeat cop movie with a charismatic, relatable hero. It is an excellent action flick that doesn't need to be flashy to give you a thrilling story. A true 80's classic
(ag) wrote: Just seen on TCM.Blimey.Scared the Poo out of me as it did when I first saw it aged 10!
(us) wrote: I give it a begrudging 5/5 -- I think a low 4.75 is more appropriate. This series insinuates that it's a little more biopic than it actually is, but it's a great action picture - the kind that seemed to be retired with the timeless epic Fearless which was Jet Li's chosen final martial arts picture. With Jet Li retired, even though Donnie Yen has been making movies nearly as long as Jet and they battled each other as far back as 1992, Donnie assures his rightful place as this generation's kung fu hero in Jet's absence.
(gb) wrote: "This is it folks! "Pay the Ghost" is the final nail in Nicolas Cage's career coffin. He is finished."DVD Movie Review: Pay the GhostDate Viewed: December 5 2015Directed By Uli Edel (Last Exit to Brooklyn, The Baader Meinhof Complex and Body of Evidence)Screenplay By Dan KayStarring: Nicolas Cage, Sarah Wayne Callies,Jack Fulton, Lyriq Bent, Elizabeth Jeanne, Erin Boyes, Lauren Beatty, Veronica Ferres and Juan Carlos Velis.Has it completely come to this for Nicolas Cage? Has his once distinguished career finally hit rock bottom? Have we lost him forever to crappy low-rent projects? First came, "The Wicker Man", two "Ghost Rider" movies, "Knowing", "Drive Angry", "Season of the Witch", "Trespass", "Left Behind", "Dying of the Light", "Outcast" and now this? Nic Cage's latest atrocity "Pay the Ghost" is a horror thriller about a college professor who loses his son to a mysterious entity and he must figure out the secret to the paranormal presence who kidnapped his son. Hey Nic, if you hired Jeb Bush to fix your career, he can't fix anything because his poll numbers are now at 3%. This is it folks! "Pay the Ghost" is the final nail in Nicolas Cage's career coffin. He is finished. While taking his son (Jack Fulton) out for a Halloween carnival, Mike Cole (Cage) easily loses him and he frantically goes searching. He calls the police for help but they can't find his son anywhere in the city. A year later, Mike begins to notice the words "pay the ghost" everywhere he goes, the last words his son uttered on the day he disappeared.Mike turns to his estranged wife, Kristen (Sarah Wayne Callies) for help but she wants nothing to with him because he lost their son.Kristen eventually changes her mind after seeing her son's scooter riding itself. Mike and Kristen call a psychic for help and the psychic does find something out about the entity hiding's place, she whispers "It's here...and it has all the children". After calling the entity out, she gets strangled to death and her internal organs get burned to ash.It is all up to Nicolas Cage to get his son back and I really hope the ghost tries to put some sense into him. There is nothing here in this movie to appreciate, the acting is really bad, the directing is terrible and the screenplay is awful. For a talented filmmaker, who did "Last Exit to Brooklyn", "The Baader Meinhof Complex" and the Razzie-winning classic "Body of Evidence", director Uli Edel surprisingly has little regard for character development and the script by Dan Kay makes no sense whatsoever. "Pay the Ghost" is an embarrassing outing for Cage and there is no reason for this movie to exist. By throwing shades of "Ransom" and "Insidious", this picture is completely unoriginal. "Pay the Ghost" is not exactly a new low for Cage but it's a true stinker alright.Please, Please, Please avoid it.