Kannappanunni is a 1977 Indian Malayalam film based on Kalaripayattu, the traditional martial art of India. It was the 100th film featuring Prem Nazir and Sheela as the leading pair. It was Udaya Studio's 75th film. The film was directed and produced by Kunchako. The film stars Prem Nazir, Sheela, Sukumari and Jayabharathi in lead roles. The film had musical score and songs by K. Raghavan.
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(de) wrote: okay if youre eV gonna make a movie based off book at least try to stay truento it, vandle savage? mo, ras al ghul, cyborg no where involved, and the use of middlemen was brneath ras.
(au) wrote: A mostly superficial glance at the world of professional arm wrestling, framed around the late-career biography of John Brzenk, the sport's resident living legend. With twenty-five years of domination (and a role in Sly Stallone's infamous action bomb Over the Top) under his belt, Brzenk knows his days are numbered, and Pulling John introduces his two most likely usurpers: the quiet, contemplative Russian Vassiliki Khonsari and his bombastic American counterpart, Travis Bagent. The trouble is, since each man has dedicated so much of their lives to the sport, there really isn't enough engaging material behind any of them to support closer scrutiny. We see them work out, watch them prepare for a match, meet their family... and always reach an uncomfortable lull in the conversation when it becomes clear that's all there is to see. The matches are a real spectacle, incredibly tense and exciting, even though most are over within moments. That's more a compliment to the drama of the sport itself, though, and not the work of the filmmakers. The backstage stuff isn't especially interesting, except perhaps to especially hardcore arm wrestling enthusiasts, and the electricity of the events would be just as effective on an ESPN2 broadcast.
(gb) wrote: ok film bit slow in places and action scenes to short i thought
(kr) wrote: This film was just a bit too bizarre for me.
(kr) wrote: Extremely powerful and well ?? written docudrama. The casting directors dirt deserve a ti of credit for the success of this movie, since they cast a lot of big ?? name actors in roles that you would never expect them to be in. Lisa Kudrow, Christina Applegate, Dylan McDermott and Kate Bosworth all give great off ?? type performances, while Val Kilmer ?? love him or hate him ?? gives a virtuoso performance as the much ?? troubled and incredibly insecure John Holmes. The movie keeps you hooked with an extremely dark tone, and the incredibly disturbing ending will stay with me for a long, long time. Not for the faint of heart, but a very good movie nonetheless.
(jp) wrote: just thinking about this movie gives me bad vibes man. I wonder how many other kids were forced to sit in a dank theatre in 1998 listening to fifty middle-aged women cry for two hours? what a truly chilling childhood experience.
(mx) wrote: Little known movie, but very funny.
(jp) wrote: 8 out of 10:It has some major flaws but this film is saved by some cool special effects, a smart story, and great performances (especially from actor Yul Brynner)
(ru) wrote: The book is actually enjoyable but this piece of crap is a disgrace to that book don't watch this movie just read the book