Parannu Parannu Parannu

Parannu Parannu Parannu

Parannu Parannu Parannu is a 1984 Malayalam film directed by P. Padmarajan. Elizabeth (Sukumari) has just retired as a college sports coach. Heeding to the suggestions from her students, she starts a beauty parlour with her retirement money. Her son Emil (Rahman) and brother Vakkachan (Nedumudi Venu) assist her in this venture. However things don't start out well early, till the arrival of a skilled beautician Mini (Rohini). Business starts booming, but Emil soon starts getting curious about the mysteries surrounding Mini.

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Thomas S (es) wrote: This TV movie (theatrical movie in Japan) felt more like an extended episode. The plot felt very brief, and the movie was boring overall. It's a wonder that the movie sold well in Japan. Don't bother buying this movie on DVD. It's not worth it.

J C (us) wrote: It wasn't that bad for a B-Graded film but it's only worth two and a half stars.

Monkichi (kr) wrote: If there's market, there's price, when there's price, there are even more markets, just like a never-ending looping cycle. So ultimately what is the price of art? It is just a number game among the rich and a wordplay of the art critics.Achillis never achieve his goal to become as" famous" as he wished, does that mean Achillis can never catch up with his tortoise? Surely not, the tortoise is always walking besides you, Achillis, if you have ever noticed.

Don S (au) wrote: Slow moving drama made bearable by Robin Williams understated performance. This is a marginally interesting story poorly paced and lacking cohesion. The scenes seem to stumble from one to another with little forward momentum. Williams does a fine job connecting with the audience, however I couldn't care less about any of the other characters, not even the victim of the abuse. Could have been suspenseful and riveting, but the lazy direction just makes it average.

Terri C (nl) wrote: This wannabe female Dead Poets Society falls short in many ways.

Sean H (us) wrote: Pretty straight forward detective thriller.

Danifesto G (it) wrote: Kinda boring. Really bad acting!

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Donald W (ca) wrote: This is the first of a group of Western Comedies made in the 1960's and 1970's that eventually brought to an end the era of Western movies. It was followed by James Garner's "Support Your Local Sheriff" and "Support Your Local Gunfighter", then Mel Brooks' "Blazing Saddles". These are all extremely funny movies. I first saw Cat Ballou on Television when I was in High School. Latter when I was in college the girls in Willard Hall at Oklahoma State rented the film to show in the dorm. This was just before VHS tapes came on the market. The movie was made in 1964 and starred Jane Fonda. This was before the Vietnam War got big and before Jane Fonda got political. She was young and good looking. Lee Marvin played a drunken gunfighter and won the 1965 Oscar for best actor. The horse he was riding deserved an honorable mention for helping him win. Most of the movie was filmed in Canyon City, Colorado. When my family took a trip to Colorado to see my relatives in Colorado Springs we went through Canyon City. They still had signs up telling the tourist how to find the sites around the town where they filmed the train robbery scenes.

Nolan D (kr) wrote: nothing wrong with this movie. It's getting a lot of critical hate but if you like horror films I guarantee you'll enjoy this movie. It's not ground breaking but its fun