Mathew is a graduate in software engineering, but is now jobless. He is waiting for his good time to get a good job. Mathew has borrowed some money as loan. Now he cannot give it back as he has no job. Mathew's childhood friend Jeena Johnykkutty is ready to help him as she could. She has a job. Her father Johnykkutty does not like Mathew and he always tries to trouble Mathew whenever he gets a chance. At this time Mathew's good time arrives; but along with it many problems too. The gripping events that follow plot the rest of 'Neram'.
Daniel P (es) wrote: Meandering sequel with a restless aesthetic (quite a combination!), that squanders the potentially interesting plot in favour of MTV style editing and lots of guns. Some admittedly arresting imagery (always undercut by a cheap music cue, slow mo gimmick or lens flare), and a goodish central performance aren't enough. In the end, this third instalment hasn't moved on from "Anarchy", and it's seriously lacking in direction and Directing.
steve p (it) wrote: A Story based around an isolated Alaskan town, where two boys grow up like brothers surrounded by alcoholism, poverty and a unforgiving environment.
Melissa D (jp) wrote: Very realistic and accurate portrayal of a woman's desire to transcend the expectations of her class. Acting was first-rate and the setting was a revelation - it's not often a small, medieval town is depicted in French cinema (although Paris does still get a look in)
Elijah L (kr) wrote: Convincingly acted and oddly heartwarming, Let Me In is a comparatively mature entry to the genre.
Benji G (kr) wrote: A hilarious, clever script, and outstanding directing by Edgar Wright in 'Shaun of the Dead' rightfully established him as one of the best working directors.
Gordon H (fr) wrote: THE BEST FILM OF 2010!Originally written on January 31, 2011--Following the death of his father, King George V (Michael Gambon), and the scandalous abdication of the throne by his older brother, King Edward VIII (Guy Pearce), "Bertie" (Colin Firth), who has struggled with a debilitating speech impediment his entire life, suddenly finds himself crowned as King George VI of England! With his country on the brink of war and in desperate need of a strong leader, his wife Elizabeth (Helena Bonham Carter), the future Queen Mother, arranges for her husband to see an eccentric speech therapist, Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush). After a rough start, the two delve into an unorthodox course of treatment and eventually form an unbreakable bond. With the support of Logue, his family, his country, and the English Prime Minister, Winston Churchill (Timothy Spall), the King will overcome his stammer and deliver one of the most incredible radio addresses of all time at a crucial moment in history! You will LOVE the story behind the story of this moment! The Best Film of 2010!