Paappi Appacha is the story of a father and son, Mathai (Innocent) and Paappi (Dileep). They live like friends and they get into all sorts of mischiefs in their village, Ithirikkandam. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Paappi Appacha is the story of a father and son, Mathai (Innocent) and Paappi (Dileep). They live like friends and they get into all sorts of mischiefs in their village, Ithirikkandam.
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Joetaeb D (kr) wrote: It may not win the franchise new fans, but this back to basics horror brings those who are fans more of what they've come to expect.
Rico Z (ru) wrote: This Mexican film is a brilliant little gem of a comedy that makes you feel fluttery and enthralled by its quirky characters and wacky plot twists.Although "The Birdcage-esque," this movie is a lot more heartfelt and genuine than the American re-make of a great French film with gay themes.Charly must flee from Mexico with his son, Pedro, in order to escape impending leg-breaking due to a dirty business deal he was a part of. But in returning to Chile to meet his long-estranged father, Charly (a downright homophobe) is forced to come to terms with discovering that his long-lost father is more a fairy than he finds agreeable--and is living with his lover, no less.Of course, some gay-fish-out-of-water comedy ensues and the plot is thickened a little when Charly meets a woman named Liliana. He then is forced to pretend to be gay himself in order to make a good living working at a gay bar--called Lokas.But despite its borderline stereotypical plot, at the core, the relationship between Charly and his son is what is the glue of the film. It also points out how important it is to have family--no matter how different they may be or how uniquely their predilections may stand.Lokas is definitely worth your while if you're in the film festival circuit--and it's most definitely worth looking for on DVD once--if ever--it is released.
Stephen S (us) wrote: Pretty entertaining, though kinda weird and confusing at times. Sometimes the humor works, sometimes it doesn't, however. To be fair, when it works, it can be really funny, and even when it doesn't work, it's not too bad (I've seen films fail far worse in this department). Jake Hoffman is pretty good in the lead role, but Devon Aoki really steals the spotlight. On a side note, though his character is kinda weird in the beginning, Ralph Macchio did a great job overall is his supporting role. I like the ending sequence of the film, but unfortunately, the middle section kinda feels rushed...I really wish more time was spent on the play, and more to the point, on developing some of the characters. While the two main characters are pretty well fleshed out, there's a ton of other characters in this film (a good amount of whom are really important to the storyline) that aren't fleshed out enough in my opinion. Still entertaining though.
Maxine T (jp) wrote: only because i know someone who lives in philly...lol
Christian D (au) wrote: Really good for people who are big fans teen titans
Emma C (fr) wrote: A very deep film that has twists in it in an attempt to keep you engaged. It reminded me of the movies gossip and cruel intentions.
Dee P (it) wrote: Cute movie...predictable, but cute.
Caroline P (de) wrote: Inspired by recent New Yorker article on James Salter to watch this film, which I just found at the library. Early Robert Redford circa 1969, got to love it. Anyone seen this flick?
Mark D (it) wrote: Not great at all, but Tommy Lee Jones does get laid in it. Which is a rareity.
Anne O (kr) wrote: I did NOT like this movie. It was all over the place. First he's swinging on a rope into a forest that he uses his "Imagination" to see everything which doesn't even make sense because the girl can see what he sees in his imagination, but back to the point the movie is all over itself he ha stop find his dad's keys that are miraculously strung to a tree then going on a field trip with only him and his teacher ON A SATURDAY!
Xavier G (gb) wrote: Hilarious!!! Steve Carell is awesome!