Aparichithan movie revolves around three college girls who are very close friends. Meenakshi (Kavya), Devi (Manya) and Simi (Karthika) are very good friends. Once they get caught for stealing the question papers for the exam and were expelled from the college. As they did not want to go home.
- Stars:Mammootty, Kavya Madhavan, Manya, Karthika, Vineeth Kumar, Jagathi Sreekumar, Mahi Vij, Salim Kumar, Urmila Unni, Machan Varghese, Augustine, Rajan P. Dev,
- Director:Sanjiv Sivan,
- Writer:A.K. Sajan (screenplay), Sanjiv Sivan
Three college girls, on their way to a hill resort, meet a stranger. Though he is a nuisance for them at first, later they become friends and by then he is missing... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Aparichithan torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Felt like it went for about 30 mins longer than it should have.
(ru) wrote: There is only possible way I can phrase how awful this movie is. This movie is so painful, a cactus colonoscopy would be considered a pain killer in comparison.
(de) wrote: I was looking forward to see this but at the end this movie is a mess. it tried to make into a documentary but it is not a documentary and also it is not a properly scripted movie. So it don't really fall into either of it. It was a mess!!!
(au) wrote: Best move ever can't stop watching it
(us) wrote: Joko alan vanhemmiten lammeta kaurismakelaiselle lakonialle, tai sitten taa oli ihan hyva, vaikka tuntuukin loppuvan kesken.
(ru) wrote: Very cool, sexy, creepy film - a must see for all Red Shoe and David Lynch fans.
(es) wrote: There's been a lot happen in the comic book industry since 1989 but this is great resource material for fans (like me).
(us) wrote: 150502: I just don't get it. Is this what they mean when they say genius is close to insanity? I guess I'm just not educated enough. Into the garage sale pile.
(it) wrote: I'm watching the first boxing scene in this saying to myself "well i'll just have to look past the crappy job they did with the boxing" Then i realized, no these characters are that bad at boxing and it's only a stop gap on there path to losing everything. Huston, the actors and DP Conrad Hall give this movie such a grimy look. It's not flashy or showy, it's just an honest and unsentimental look at these people's lives. This is an outstanding film!
(ru) wrote: "Planet of the Vampires" uses atmospherics like the 1970s era bourgeoisie snort high-end cocaine: extensively, incessantly, and necessarily - a withdrawal would be devastating. It is atmospheric both because it is directed by Mario Bava, a visual stylist who isn't much of a stranger to combining the bloody with the beautiful, and because it didn't have the budget to be the film that it wanted to be at the time. A sci-fi horror show, its story is set on a distant planet, its main characters, a team of astronauts, the inhabitants of a high-end spacecraft. Trouble is, "Planet of the Vampires" was not provided with the same amount of dough as "Forbidden Planet," and could therefore not build an authentic looking planet nor an actual size replica of a spaceship. For B-directors, such setbacks would act as a tidal wave of cheapery. Not for Bava - like the greatest of filmmakers, he can create a masterpiece out of nothing. This is one of his best films. It stars Barry Sullivan as Mark Markary, an astronautical captain leading a team of scientists to Aura, an uncharted planet where distress signals are radiating. His ship, along with the nearby Galliott, land with disastrous results: immediately upon arrival, the entire crew, save for Markary, are seemingly possessed by murderous forces, attempting to kill one another like deadly assassins. He, immune to whatever power is encasing their minds with the need to kill, is able to snap them out of their hypnotic states. But this occurrence is only the first in a series of bizarre happenings, the most prominent being the slaughter of everyone aboard the Galliott ship and the fact that Aura may be home to a species similar to that of the monsters of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers." "Planet of the Vampires" isn't frightening per se, but here, such characteristics of sci-fi and horror hardly matter - it is, first and foremost, about style, and our consumption of every cinematographic aspect of the film. Rather than waste money on massive sets, Bava encases Aura in thickly strewn fog, artificial, Technicolor lighting, and, when need be, minuscule sets ingeniously spliced next to bigger objects in order to fluidly take us into another world. Because Bava ignores his limitations and metamorphosizes poverty into sumptuousness, we never feel like we're watching a low-budget, 1960s sci-fi time-waster - we feel as though we're in the presence of a great work of art. "Planet of the Vampires" could be silent for all we care. It is so rich, so painstakingly secretive, we become entangled in its lavish sheen. It, occasionally, descends into badly advised camp that doesn't match the tone of Bava's brilliant slow-burning, and its mingling genres sometimes don't mix as well as they would like - but "Planet of the Vampires" makes for one of the most memorable B-movies of the 1960s, rendering gorgeous maximalism out of the minimal.
(ag) wrote: Yes, that's the president.
(ca) wrote: A little bit too long and a little bit predictable but still not a bad movie overall. Oded Fehr not in Mummy movies is nice!