Pranchiyettan and the Saint

Pranchiyettan and the Saint

Pranchiyettan is a successful businessman who often has talks with an imaginary St. Francis of Assisi. The story deals with how he goes about changing his embarrassing image to making a name for himself using wealth and contacts.

Chirammal Enashu Francis, a.k.a. Pranchiyettan (Mammootty), is a successful businessman based in Thrissur. He is a devotee of Saint Francis of Assisi and often has imaginary conversations ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Erasmo V (jp) wrote: Ugh, tipica mala comedia mexicana.

Anthony L (jp) wrote: It seems that the harshest critics of the two Che films by Steven Soderbergh are the same ones that claim the first film is better than the second due to there being more action, completely ignoring the fact that the films are biopics and therefore based on history - damn you Che for not venturing into space to defeat an alien species intent on destroying every cigar factory in the Caribbean. The second instalment of the Che story is a continuation of the brilliant first film, I see them as one film to be honest and therefore, just as brilliant. Che's defeat in Bolivia is a very sad chapter in modern history, Soderbergh did pull on the heartstrings or milk it one bit, the message gets through load and clear on its own and it shows his maturity as a director. Added bonus was the appearance of Franka Potente who I've got a bit of a crush on.

Bo C (nl) wrote: If you are really in to the Civil War, it is worth watching. If you are only casually interested in the Civil War, skip it.

Mark H (nl) wrote: Wow. Such a beautiful film made on a limited budget. The characters/casting is spot on. Meenah's dance/take on Bollywood in the backyard is hilarious. The point that the film builds up to the (inevitable) clash/confrontation, then the outcome is well handled and really makes the film. Om Puri is spot-on. Hilarious, sad and very watchable. DONT expect the earth. Relax and go with the flow. Any sad film fans will spot that 'Bradford' is actually Glossop and the family actually circled Ladybower reservoir a few times...

Steven C (it) wrote: Good chemistry between the two leads.

Matt B (br) wrote: One of those great but rare time travel movies where the story is strong, surprising, and logically tight.

Simon R (ru) wrote: Funny classic comedy

Ian W (nl) wrote: Somewhat confusing in terms of target audience at times but this hugh school drama is still enjoyable to watch. A definite guilty pleasure. I just wish the top names were better used throughout the movie.

Jeffrey M (ca) wrote: This was a fine film. I have no idea why the studio tried to kill it, releasing it the same weekend as Star Wars: TFA.

Nicholas L (gb) wrote: Typical of most musicals in the 50s, There is no business like show business? breaks into a song and dance routine for the sake of entertainment. These routines although lavishly staged and nicely choreographed, have no relation to the plot. They do not help to deepen the emotion or contribute to the progress of the story. These awkward pauses distract just like tv commercial breaks. (The Sound of Music (1965) is a perfect example when music and drama amalgamate perfectly) After a tormenting hour into the movie, its substance begins to surface, transforming it into an enjoyable drama about family love with fine acting from all actors. I cannot not mention Marilyn Monroe, who despite not being the best performer, was absolutely spellbinding, designated to be a legend.