Venkata Ramana (Venkatesh) is a ventriloquist. He goes along with the troop of artists to perform for a local Telugu association in Europe. Paris Prasad (Brahmanandam) is a tour organizer in Europe. He enjoys making people around bakras. Pooja (Trisha) is the niece of Prasad. Venkata Ramana falls in love with her. Prasad realises that only way to make Ramana bakra is to tell him that Pooja loves him too. Pooja is the daughter of a rich factionist in Rayalaseema and she is forced to return back in the middle. Her marriage is fixed with a guy she doesn’t like. The rest of the story is all about how Prasad conspires with Ramana to rescue Pooja.
Khachig K (kr) wrote: A good modern treatment of such a western concept of relation reviver, recommended!!!
Chelsea H (mx) wrote: Thought it was excellent. It was just the psychological movie I was looking for, it was artistic and used elements of real human emotion instead of just disgusting images to "shock" an audience. I wouldn't figure that many people appreciate this movie for what it is worth because it was slower and now a days it seems that movies rely so much on visual effect that it takes a special audience to like this movie. It was perfect to me except I think they would have done better if they would have picked a different actress to play Tara Reid's part. The acting, to me, was superb except for her role in the movie. I would recommend this movie to anyone who appreciates a film that takes some time to write and uses psychology to capture an audience rather than high priced effects. Am I going to watch it again? Oh yes.
Steve S (au) wrote: this movie is an awful mess of absolute garbage, billy zane's offbeat and, at times, hilarious performance was the only good thing about this. estella warren is incredibly sexy, but it was not close to enough to make this good.
Luke H (au) wrote: I enjoyed the book. The ending was disappointing though. I never seen the movie but I liked how it combined theology and horror at the same time
Will V (jp) wrote: surprisingly watchable and has some hilarious moments. Underrated B-movie.
leela f (au) wrote: i want to see it only coz it has naveen andrews and emily deschanel in it
William F (br) wrote: Not as great as the acclaimed original 1964 film, but this 1998 version of Rudolph is still joyful, funny, and entertaining.
Shane D (us) wrote: It gets one star each for the fact that it features a Rob Lowe in his brat pack prime and a Patrick Swayze on the eve of his prime. So its bonafide for those reasons. The extra half star is for the rest of the film. For an R rated film made in the 80s, its a little light on the awesomeness, no real iconic soundtrack, no real iconic moments, instead, just a preening Rob Lowe. Even the sex scene its hard to make out who is Lowe and who is his lady friend. The training montage is an awesome training montage wannabe and perhaps its the ice hockey element, but there is little to nothing outstanding about this. But...like I said, its vintage Lowe and a young Swayze....so it has something if at the very least its two leads.
AJ R (it) wrote: No Lie! This was actually cool.
Russ B (it) wrote: 8/5/2016: A pretty good movie with a great cast. A sci fi thriller with some good action.
Clanoftorturershotmailcom C (it) wrote: I will NOT see a Movie that has this Commie, Traitor, BITCH in it.They don't have a LOW enough rating for her.She can rot in the Hanoi Hilton, for what she did to Our troops during Vietnam.BURN BITCH, BURN
Ps J (nl) wrote: finally got a chance to watch this so called "greatest movie of all time"
Roy C (mx) wrote: All this girlspeak is toxic.
Jon F (de) wrote: in the spirit of redneck rape films and torture and slash em up films this is one of my favorite troma films ever.