Parthan Kanda Paralokam

Parthan Kanda Paralokam

Parthasarathy (Jayaram, popularly called Parthan, lives in Krishnapuram village. Parthan is constantly clashing with his uncle Falgunan Thampy (Jagathy Sreekumar), who is the Panchayath President. Falgunan is least bothered about the welfare of the people; rather, he is more keen in grabbing the assets of the village temple, which has been locked for many years by the court over a dispute of ownership. Falgunan, also the secretary of temple's ruling committee, believes that the temple belongs to his family, while Parthan and his friends like Sulaiman (Kottayam Nazeer) and Poonkodi (Sona) argue that the temple belongs to the village.

Parthasarathy (Jayaram, popularly called Parthan, lives in Krishnapuram village. Parthan is constantly clashing with his uncle Falgunan Thampy (Jagathy Sreekumar), who is the Panchayath President. Falgunan is least bothered about the welfare of the people; rather, he is more keen in grabbing the assets of the village temple, which has been locked for many years by the court over a dispute of ownership. Falgunan, also the secretary of temple's ruling committee, believes that the temple belongs to his family, while Parthan and his friends like Sulaiman (Kottayam Nazeer) and Poonkodi (Sona) argue that the temple belongs to the village. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tatan B (ca) wrote: Ignore all the plot holes, sketchy dialouge, and all that critical BS and you'll be watchin one pretty sweet movie. Thank you for doing this film Joe Pesci, thank you.

Mark A (fr) wrote: Dakota Skye (Eileen Boylan) is a moderately intelligent young woman facing the end of high school with no ambition and the ability to recognize any lie. She is thrown off her game when she meets her boyfriend's best friend, as he seems incapable of lying. This viewer had a difficult time working up any interest in these people or their situations. One sincerely hopes that these people are not true representatives of their generation and that the filmmakers never meant them to be role-models. Purely as entertainment and ignoring whatever message it was meant to convey, this was just barely watchable.

Amanda M (es) wrote: sounds interesting enough to check it out.

Denise A (au) wrote: I can't believe I watched this! It was so excruciating! I thought It was gonna get better but It went down hill from the beginning! I love Anna Farris but this was such a wrong move! A very bad movie and I hope nobody endures it's wrath!

Joe R (nl) wrote: While there is a lot going on in this rather brooding fantasy epic, and a good amount of conflict, I think I paused it five times over two days and finally pushed myself to get to the end of the movie. It simply never hit a consistent stride, and the slow monotonous tone really made it hard to sit through.Nice work with the cinematography, a lot of open landscape shots, decent sets, and a reasonable if very slow moving plot. The English dub is reasonably good as well. Just a bit too slow.

Courtney T (de) wrote: Horseshit of a movie.

Private U (us) wrote: CLASSIC!! JAMES SPADER IS AMAZING!

Tom M (au) wrote: "Frightmare" (not "Frightmare 2") is an excellent, macabre horror from Pete Walker - superb performance from Sheila Keith and an edgy, uneasy atmosphere is created. Dark deeds in the English suburbs, old ladies proving a malevolent threat and all that.

Scott M (ca) wrote: I was pretty bored while watching this movie, but Steve McQueen shows real promise in his first major screen role (which he obviously built upon). Sinatra isn't my opinion of a great leading man, and war movies with love stories in them don't usually turn out very good, but the movie has some decent dialogue and a few cool moments (mostly from McQueen).

Gregory G (kr) wrote: There is a perverse pleasure to be had watching Linda Fiorentino as the femme fatale, Bridget Gregory, who lures men in with sex, then turns them into patsies and gets away with it, in John Dahl's neo-noir thriller. "Anyone check you for a heartbeat recently?" asks her lawyer (J.T. Walsh). After fleeing New York City with $700,000 in cash, stolen from her husband (Bill Pullman), acquired via a drug deal, Bridget heads for upstate New York where she ensnares a yokel (Peter Berg) to commit murder for her. Fiorentino wears black mini-skirts that reveal her long legs, speaks coarsely with a cigarette and a drink in her hand, then spins her web to trap her prey like a spider. Bridget is an immoral, cold-blooded villain that makes Barbara Stanwyck in "Double Indemnity" look lightweight by comparison. Fiorentino is seductive yet impervious; these men are fatally outmaneuvered by Bridget's duplicitous nature. Production values are minimal and the pacing is at times sluggish. There is a curious lack of atmosphere or mood for a noir. Along with "Red Rock West," this helped establish Dahl as the modern noir master. Written by Steve Barancik. With Bill Nunn.

Bill B (ca) wrote: I had heard fun things about this low budget horror/comedy and I can happily say that they paid of in spades. The great box art and posters sold me on the film, and the story was fun and clever enough to make you look past any budget constraints and just go along for the ride.Well worth a look.