Ozhimuri

Ozhimuri

Ozhimuri is a 2012 Malayalam-language Indian film written by Jeyamohan and directed by Madhupal, starring Lal, Mallika, Asif Ali, Bhavana and Shweta Menon in lead roles. The original music and background score of the film are composed by Bijibal.

A 55-year old woman files a divorce petition against her 71-year old husband, after over 30 years of married life. Their son, and a female advocate searches for the reason and circumstances, changing their perception about some people. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Matthew D (gb) wrote: Okay, first thing; Owen Wilson can't act. Two; Never pair him with talented actors like Eddie Murphy. Third; in bad movies based on 1960's television programs.

Robert I (au) wrote: Another movie I would never have watched in a million years had it not been for Hulu. If you watch a lot of dramas, I'm sure you'll hate this movie. I don't watch many. I really can't stand them. They're either too painful or bullshit. "Pumpkin" is a more serious John Waters-type movie. The weird quirky world of it all actually appealed to me and I accepted the world almost instantly. Christina Ricci is a powerhouse of talent in this, blowing away Hank Harris. However, the movie runs 20 minutes too long and while dark and satirical... I bet Waters really would've turned up the heat.

John B (ru) wrote: Although missing the presence of Jennifer Aniston, this film builds even more fun than the original. Charlie Heath is funny as Cody. Shevonne Durkin is sassy as Bridget. Sandy Baron is great as Morty and Warwick Davis is once again fantastic as the Leprechaun.

Sue S (ag) wrote: Not great but if you want a solid 80's horror flick without a ton of nudity this is the movie for you.

Dimitris S (de) wrote: Kieslowski's testament as an amateur film-maker.The movie shows that,not the movie as a whole.The movie within a movie is a brilliant characteristic executed perfectly by his alter ego Jerzy Stuhr.From the first frame to the last second we as audience feel the passion of one's dream and the consequences around his community.Special appearance by director Zanussi,another legend of Polish cinema.

Grant S (gb) wrote: Good telling of the final (and only) sortie and sinking of Germany's most powerful warship of WW2. The naval scenes are actions are very realistic and historically accurate. A few liberties are taken for dramatic effect, but this does not detract from the quality of the movie.What is irritating to a degree, however, is the significant (deliberate) inaccuracy and liberties taken with regard to the central characters. The Director of Naval Operations during the Bismarck battle was not Captain Jonathan Shepherd - the name is entirely fictional. Even the First Sea Lord's name is fictional! The whole creation of these characters was there to add a human and emotional drama element. I would much have preferred the historical characters were used, and accuracy preserved.Another irritating thing was how stereotypically the Germans were portrayed. Most German soldiers and sailors were not the Hitler-loving fanatics the movie portrayed them to be.

Danny M (au) wrote: I enjoyed this. Great story