'Pachamarathanalil' tells the story of Anu and Sachi. Sachi alias Sachidanandan played by Sreenivasan is a well known cartoonist who is much popular as the creator of Thumpi, a very popular cartoon character in a children's magazine. Padmapriya plays Anu, Sachi’s wife, a government employee who is much obsessed with their 7 year old daughter's studies. They lead a happy family life with their daughter Sneha, who is the cynosure of all eyes and attracts attention wherever she goes and inspires the creation of the cartoon character Thumpi.

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Pachamarathanalil torrent reviews

Jason T (de) wrote: A fun to watch little indie movie with good writing and performances. Fans of Garden state will feel right at home. It's not as strong as Garden state there's a little bit too many cliches and the whole drama part of the movie really didn't work for me. Good performances as well. And supporting cast.

Annie P (de) wrote: true larry the cable guy humor

SUGAR I (es) wrote: the action scenes are the BEST

Bianca R (de) wrote: I absolutely adored this movie! I have nothing negative and the plot was simple, but effective. I would recommend it to anyone.

Jeff H (kr) wrote: Sidney Lumet at his best! EXCELLENT film. Love the ending with the judge and that business about the warrant (watch it, you'll know what I'm talking about) Great commentary, too! Lumet talks about putting ice in the actor's mouths to offset cold weather (so their breath doesn't appear on film when it's supposed to be summer, even though they're filming in fall) Ron Howard talks about the same thing on the commentary for A Beautiful Mind only he didn't know how to deal with it! You just learned something Ron Howard didn't know!!

Angela S (mx) wrote: Well I think it's a little funny:) n

Chris B (ca) wrote: One of the finest acted films I have ever seen. I love movies like this, because it doesn't rely on anything but straight dialogue and acting. A complete acting showcase from the entire cast.

Cody C (gb) wrote: Pretty fucking bad. I can see what Jack Nicholson was trying to do, but I don't think he succeeded. This movie is a mess. Skip it.

Bob V (it) wrote: Delightful comedy which marks the return to Hollywood of legendary in her own lifetime actress Ingrid Bergman, after being exiled over her extra-marital affair with director Roberto Rosselini (which, incidentally, led to the birth of actress Isabella Rosselini). She plays a comedy for the very first time here and although she plays the part of the 'straight guy', her comic timing is rather good, and she manages to carry it off very nicely. Cactus Flower also marks the film d (C)but of Goldie Hawn, who up until this point was known as the ditsy blonde who always screwed up her lines on "Laugh-In" (a precursor of sorts to shows like "Mad TV). Hawn showed the world what she was capable off and promptly landed herself an Oscar, the only one she's gotten so far, and her career was launched. She deserved the Oscar and the career for playing sweet, not-too-bright Toni with verve and without turning her into a caricature. Walter Matthau rounds out the cast, and he plays his usual grumpy old man, even though he's not all that old yet here.A colorful cast of supporting characters and plenty of misunderstandings, high-jinx and insane schemes to cover up previous insane schemes that back-fired, ensure that you're wildly entertained for almost two hours of viewing pleasure.

Timothy J (es) wrote: One of my favorite movies.

Jon A (gb) wrote: Sub-sub-sub-Gone with the Wind tale of Southern Gentlemen, some of whom are decent chaps despite having slaves. Or, at least, they are if they're Clark Gable. Lots of lavish gowns and so-called manners but achieves little in the way of championing the slaves.

Ana M (us) wrote: Sing sing sing lo mejor para el Tap dance

David B (br) wrote: After a severe electrical storm worms begin to crawl out of the ground and prey on humans. Atmospheric little film set in Georgia and definitely worth your time if you have a fear of worms!

Carol H (de) wrote: A dated and unoriginal romantic comedy.