Murali Meets Meera

Murali Meets Meera

The whole story of the film happens in one night. It starts with the film's hero Murali accidentally meeting a young girl Meera on the day he wants to end his life.

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mark d (ru) wrote: The film won the Best Screenplay Award at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. Footnote won nine prizes at the 2011 Ophir Awards, becoming Israel's entry for the 84th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film.[3][4] On 18 January 2012, the film was named as one of the nine shortlisted entries for the Oscars.[5] On 24 January 2012, the film was nominated for an Academy Award in the category of Best Foreign Film,[6] but lost to the Iranian film A Separation.

Dead A (gb) wrote: It was okay. Kinda reminds me of someone from real life. But not great enough to recommend.

BJ K (ru) wrote: should've been titled "...blah blah." pretty good, yet pretty sappy. it had those cute moments but you kinda lose interest. story about a girl who has a typical mysterious illness that only 1 out of 1 billion people get. why can't korean people make movies about healthy couples?!

Pourya E (ca) wrote: Finally got around to watch Anton Corbijn's debut as film director. The Joy Division/Ian Curtis biopic, in which he manages to use his own memories and experience with the band to reanimate the story in the same color and composition as his original photos of the band. Sam Riley does an excellent interpretation of someone who was a strong musician but a weak person.

gary t (us) wrote: wow umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch...its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie....i think that jason priestley, brad hunt, lindsay crouse, kelvin han yee, liz phair, tim blake nelson, robin tunney play good roles/parts thorughout this movie...i think that the director of this thriller/romance/drama/action/adventure/mystery movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect thorughout this movie its a really powerful movie 2 watch....its got a good cast throughout n its a great movie 2 watch

Alex S (kr) wrote: Entertaining Chuck Norris flick

Ted R (jp) wrote: ''Define love''. One of the best sci-fi romance/adventures ever made featuring a wonderful performance by Jeff Bridges.

Keith T (au) wrote: This is a great fun movie, which for some reason is only available on DVD in NTSC Region 1, despite practically everyone involved in it being a Brit (except Dick Lester, the director). George McDonald Fraser's book of Royal Flash owes a lot to Anthony Hope's The Prisoner of Zenda, and it is entertaining to compare this film with the various PoZ films and remakes. GMcDF also wrote the film's screenplay. Malcolm McDowell makes a fine Harry Flashman, Oliver Reed is deliciously evil as Otto von Bismark, while Alan Bates gets the showy part of Rudi von Sternberg, a character very definitely based on Hope's Rupert of Hentzau. The film also has Britt Ekland, Henry Cooper and early bit-part appearances of David Jason and Bob Hoskins. The film plays up the slapstick element of George McDonald Fraser's Flashman tale perhaps a bit too much, but that's the typical Dick Lester way and his Musketeers (and Beatles!) series are just the same. It's a shame this film isn't hown on UK TV more or available in PAL Region 2 DVD. Indeed, it seems to be SO obscure that it was even missing from the Flixster data base until I reported its absence!

Cindy C (ca) wrote: I enjoyed this. It is a simple story, in a simple period, but there is a story about a beautiful young mother in the 70's living in Harlem with 6 assorted children; who is not allowed to work because she is on welfare; with the rules and restrictions placed upon her and her new boyfriend, the garbage man. Diahann Carroll is stunning, James Earl Jones was very handsome and likeable when in his 30's. This was fun and interesting to watch.

Dave S (mx) wrote: Subtle it ain't. Fascinating and shocking, kind of like a gritty, realist "Little Murders" without the tension-relieving comedy parts to help make its harsh exaggerations slightly more palatable. I hope the DVD transfer for this isn't very good - I was watching on an old VHS that still prominently showed flaws from the film transfer and had the washed-out look of a made-for-TV movie, which really added to the experience.

Jessica C (fr) wrote: watching this with plum wine but... its actually a disappointment... -_- come on!! its sean connery and laurence fishburne!!!

Gavin P (mx) wrote: I didn't love 'Modern Times' as much as 'The Great Dictator', but it's certainly still a classic and extremely fun to watch. Some great slapstick in the factory, some hilarious accidental drug-taking in the prison and an excellent skating scene in the shop. A nice story of The Tramp helping The Gamin as they fall in love and try to make a life in modern society. Chaplin sure is great to watch, and it's interesting to have some sounds in this one.

Vessela D (gb) wrote: There were some moments that were too brutal for my taste, but the movie was fresh, exciting and it kept my attention all the time... Daniel Radcliffe was incredible too! :) His character was complex and controversial and he has acted it perfectly! :)