Raja(Jr. NTR), an orphan, is a ruthless robber. He dreams of earning a fast buck so that he can settle down in life. And then, he stumbles on a fine opportunity. A ravishing beauty Mahi (Priyamani), a rich heiress, falls in love with him. The girl happens to be his childhood well-wisher and has always considered him her prince. He plans to surrender the girl to a gang who wants to kill her for her riches. But the villains play foul, and kill him. Raja reaches Yamaloka. He creates confusion in Yamaloka by stealing Yamapasam as whoever in possession of Yamapasam will become Yama. The rest of the story is all about how Yama (Mohan Babu) and Raja try to outsmart each other. After regaining power, Yama sends Raja back to earth, but only to take away his life once again.
Tracy H (es) wrote: I wish there was a way to give this unbelievable dud zero stars. As a stand alone movie it leaves a lot of confusing head scratching, leaving you wondering why they do the things they do. Could not get emotionally invested in any of the characters. If you base your opinion of the movie against the book it is supposed to be based on, then Lifetime and everyone involved in this train wreck owe me two hours of my life back. They rewrote the story and deleted beloved characters. Please Lifetime...no more. Haven't VC Andrews fans suffered enough from the hack ghostwriter the family hired to continue writing under her name
Sierra F (nl) wrote: Some critics find fault in the film stating that there are too many unanswered questions. I believe that is part of the experience. The lingering questions and thoughts of the kids keep them on your mind, keep them present and relevant. If all the loose ends were wrapped up at the end of the film I do not believe that the children and the stories (the ones that we are shown) would remain so heavy on our hearts. Maybe part of the experience is to seek out the answers to the questions that remain for you. This isn't the kind of doc that just spoon feeds you an experience. Be prepared to interpret what you see according to your own perspective and life experiences. Everyone walks away with something different. I would be hard pressed to find anyone who leaves without being impacted in some capacity. You would be doing yourself a huge favor by going and seeing it!
BELTRAN A (br) wrote: Love this movie'(TM)'(TM)'(TM)'(TM)
Thomas C (us) wrote: Sweet and sympathetic as it is funny and original. Not to mention it's well acted too. Suitable for adults as it is for kids, this flick is a must see. Can I have more of that?
Lewis E (jp) wrote: If you haven't seen 'Animal Farm' or read the book it is based upon, hurry up and do both. You would be struggling hard to find a cartoon which teaches so much to children and adults alike with its wonderful political commentary.
j d (mx) wrote: I think this is the nest of all of the Star Trek movies - exciting, smart, nerve-wracking, funny, paying homage to the original series and it's most threatening antagonist, and so on. Loved it!
Jace L (ca) wrote: A bit cliche and predictable but still worth a watch.
Ryan B (de) wrote: Very good baseball movie. Reminded me of Major League and The Natural.
Taylor C (ag) wrote: Cute and predictable. Mila kunis improved throughout the movie. Thoroughly enjoyed her character.
John A (ru) wrote: Director Curtis Hanson, Presents A Great Revenge, Thriller Which Hasn't Been Made Very Often In The World Of Film. Rebecca De Mornay Stars As Peyton, A Young Women Who Has Taken The Job Of Being A Nanny To A Young Family. What They Don't Know Is She's There For Revenge, As 6 Months Earlier Her Doctor Husband Commited Suicide After The Mother Of The Family Accussed Him Of Inappropriate Behaviour. She Infiltrates The Family As A Harmless And Friendly Women Who Has Dangerous Motives To Make The Family Hers & Eliminate The Other Woman.Rebecca De Mornay Is Excellent Playing The Woman Hell-Bent On Revenge & All Round General Crackpot As She Sets Various Traps To Destroy This Family. Many Would Argue & Many Would Agree With Me But In My Opinion Ernie Hudson's Performance Is My Personnal Favourite As He Portrays Soloman, The Mentally Disabled Family Friend Who Vows That No One Will Hurt This Family As There His Friends. An Excellent Thriller, At A Nice Pace & A Good Script, Story & The Right Atmosphere. Definately Worth A Watch.
Jordan P (nl) wrote: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2: The Beginning replaces the psychological chills of the original with a sadistic exercise in physical torture, but thanks to an origin story that's strong enough to support its iconic monster's appeal -- and the return of its predecessor's outstanding cast -- the blood and gore more than satisfies.
Dan M (jp) wrote: Action Video Game: The Movie. The main character is part John Wick, part Chev Chelios(Crank), part James Bond in GoldenEye 64 set in Moscow. The whole thing is like watching a 1st person shooting video game, so I'm glad I don't have motion sickness when it comes to that part. It's worth a cheap rental on a Friday night, so why not?