Parankimala is a 2014 Malayalam film directed by Sennan Pallassery. The film features Beyon and Vinutha Lal in the lead roles. The film was produced by Vijin and Thomas Kokkat. The film is based on a novel by Kakkanadan by the same name and is a remake of the film by the same name in 1981 which was directed by Bharathan. It focuses on the life of Thanka, played by Vinutha Lal, who sacrifices her life for her lover. In the 1981 movie, the role was played by Soorya. Biyon is the male lead in the film. Jagadeesh, Indrans and Kalabhavan Mani plays supporting roles in the movie.
- Stars:Biyon Gemini, Ashwati Lal, Meghana, Kalabhavan Mani, Jagadish, Indrans, Kalaranjini, Thara Kalyan, Vijayan V. Nair, Mini Richard, Thirumurugan, Vishnu Unnikrishnan, Geetha Vijayan,
- Director:Sennan Pallassery,
- Writer:Kakkanadan (novel), Sennan Pallassery (dialogue), Sennan Pallassery (screenplay)
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(gb) wrote: A great aussie flick a must see for all fans of drug related aussie films like Two hands and Something else i cant remember!!!
(ag) wrote: kinda cool doc about a subject we don't hear much about
(gb) wrote: Dallaire's bluntness makes him a perpetual thorn in the side of the UN and of the European governments whom he continues to indict. Way to go! Cowardice should never be covered!
(es) wrote: better than I expected
(it) wrote: Are you kidding me with all the reviews calling this a masterpiece? Ridiculously overblown directing and atrocious acting. Aside from a couple moments of dark humor, a serviceable Viggo Mortensen, some nice cinematography, and a disturbing atmosphere, The Reflecting Skin is hugely overrated.
(us) wrote: This film reminded me of No Country for Old Men minus the profundity plus the conspiracy. A constantly shirtless Kris Kristofferson (in tons of great films) and Treat Williams (a terrible actor) have good chemistry as two good ol' boys who stumble onto a fortune that only brings them bad luck. As a conspiracy flick it's pretty decent as it doesn't get bogged down in details and just presents everything matter of factly instead of going the dipshit Oliver Stone route. Rip Torn shows up and does Rip Torn, Kurtwood Smith plays a great scumbag and has a good lil' monologue about America. It's a shame the role he's forever known for is that 70s show nonsense instead of something like this or Robocop. The end's a bit rubbish and lazy but everything preceding gives you an above-average ninety minutes.
(nl) wrote: If there is a Movie even if someones would hold a gun on my forehead to watch it IS THIS! which I WONT! First of all Silsila is partly based upon Amitabh Affair with Rekha in his real life. I just think some real life Dramas shouldnt be filmed. His wife played in it too who he betrayed, WOW thats really hmm weird. Well NO THANKS. Jaya had really been very patient with this Man in real life. Yeh Film dekh ke Beja kharab karna nahi he. NO THANKSOr was that Kabhie Kabhie? However, both are same. When Amitabh Affair was revealed Bollywood Boomed and made couple of Movies, partly based upon the true events of Affair between Amitabh and Rekha.
(ru) wrote: Never actually seen it, but if it has charlton heston in it, it has to be good.
(kr) wrote: Want to see Mickey Hargitay all oiled up, in a wrestling mask and slowly killing women with ridiculous and cheaply made torture devices? Then this is the movie for you!
(mx) wrote: A classic British film of the post-War era starring a young Richard Attenborough as the scheming and heartless "Pinky" Brown, a small time gang leader involved in the seedy underworld of Brighton. Taken from a novel by Graham Greene, the plot focuses on the way in which Pinky ruthlessly manipulates an innocent, unsophisticated young waitress into marriage in order to stop her from revealing his involvement in a murder. As the situation spirals out of Pinky's control, he becomes increasingly desperate to cover up his crimes which leads to disastrous consequences. Filmed in a "noir" style, the movie manages to hold the attention and suspense despite the inevitable dated feel to some of the characterisation and dialogue. This is due in no small part to the fantastic direction of John Boulting as well as the considerable talents of the cast. Joining Attenborough is William Hartnell, Nigel Stock and the marvellous Hermione Baddeley who takes on an almost Agatha Christie style role as an entertainer who is determined to see justice done. This splendid movie has rightly been praised for many years and is still a fantastic piece of cinematic art. Attenborough is full of menace and utterly convincing, proving that he is an extraordinarily versatile actor capable of much more than the cuddly grandfather figures that he has gone on to play many times since.
(de) wrote: Truly original in it's concept.Great comedy with a dash of serious and sad undertones--The soul lives on!!
(br) wrote: As a fan of Kerouac, I expected a drab boring film, much like every other Kerouac film I've seen (see the last time I committed suicide) however, I was impressed with the actors they chose for the leads, and Kristen Stewart is unforgettable as Marilou. The film was a little long, and I expected it to stick to the novel a bit more, but in all, I'm impressed.
(br) wrote: Slow going but well developed and ultimately satisfying . . .
(ru) wrote: Has no value as a horror movie, but does offer some unintentional humor. The killer's synthetic voice is especially funny.