Mammootty in 'Pramaani' plays Viswanatha Panicker, the corrupt president of a grama panchayat. Panicker is a self-made man who has become immensely wealthy through corruption. He is called 'Pramani' because he has in his custody several documents; the Pramaanams as they call it.
- Stars:Mammootty, Chempil Asokan, Baburaj, Baiju, Fahadh Faasil, Janardanan, Suresh Krishna, Salim Kumar, Lakshmi, K.P.A.C. Lalitha, Kalabhavan Mani, Anoop Menon, Biju Pappan, Prabhu, Lakshmi Priya,
- Director:B. Unnikrishnan,
- Writer:B. Unnikrishnan
Mammootty in 'Pramaani' plays Viswanatha Panicker, the corrupt president of a grama panchayat. Panicker is a self-made man who has become immensely wealthy through corruption. He is called 'Pramani' because he has in his custody several documents; the Pramaanams as they call it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pramani torrent reviews
(br) wrote: This is a very pleasant surprise about an artist I'd never heard of. This is a great little documentary biography.
(kr) wrote: Absolute cult classic.
(de) wrote: Deliriously black comedy with an exceptional performance from @Edward Norton ...It's a shame it's so underrated..
(es) wrote: An interesting, dark and gritty look at what it takes to get through a high school of performing arts and then to try to get famous out in the world. Parker infuses and interesting and adult view of subjects like homosexuality, the struggle for fame in an a serious way.
(au) wrote: Classic submarine warfare
(mx) wrote: Heavily fictionalized biographical film of Sweden's historical Queen Christina, played by Garbo. The film managed to slip through just about the same time Hollywood started to strictly enforce the Production Code and contains elements that would soon be impossible to be included in movies until two decades later. Garbo is astonishing as the brave, yet conflicted Queen, and her romance with silent era leading man Gilbert is touching and realistic. Director and cinematographer introduced several new camera techiques for the picture, most notably for the semi-iconic final scene of Garbo at the prow of a ship, staring into the sea and the past.
(ag) wrote: Very underrated in my opinion. Terrific performances from all actors involved. It's a brutal cop story focused on more than just one protagonist.
(nl) wrote: Lord of Illusions - horror film written and directed by Clive Barker. It is based on the short story called 'The Last Illusion'. Starring Scott Bakula, Famke Janssen, Kevi J. O'Connor. Film is about a magician cult-leader 'Nix' in the desert, who is rounded up by his former members led by 'Swann' for kidnapping a teenage girl for sacrifice. He's caught and buried deep under so that his body should never be found. 13 years later, the girl now adult 'Dorothea' (Famke) has married Swann - who's himself become a popular stage-illusionist in Los Angeles. But their fear still lives on - what if Nix crawls out of the grave? After mysterious death of colleague of Swann - he feels suspicious about the circumstances under which he was killed. Swann hires the New York based private-investigator D'Amour (Bakula) to investigate the murder. D'Amour has strong interest in subject of 'cult', and often he suffers from demonic illusions and exorcism that he once witnessed. On a stage-show where Dorothea and D'Amour also join Swann dare to attempt an impossible illusion, in which he dies before their eyes. D'Amour's swift and thorough investigation unlocks the dark mystery in the magician world. I remember this film (but not its title then) from 1996 - shown by my elder brother. The only scene that I remember of this film was the onstage horrific death scene of 'Swann'. Actors are average with respect to their acting style, which not to be considered amateurish at all. Barker uses fair use of music-composition as well as photography to increase scare-factor. Due to mediocre budget the film carries undeveloped 'special-effects' - nevertheless these scenes were attentively chosen.
(de) wrote: A great sequel to one of the greatest comedies of all time.
(de) wrote: It wasn't a complete train wreck, but it really wasn't that good either. Game of Death is the kind of movie you can have playing in the background while you are doing something more interesting with your time. Definitely a seen it all before movie, and probably one of the worst roles Snipes has done. To summarize, a complete and utter yawn fest. Don't waste your time or your money.