Mira

2022 [RUSSIAN]

Action / Adventure / Drama / Sci-Fi

Top cast

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1.03 GB
1280*536
Russian 2.0
NR
24 fps
1 hr 54 min
Seeds 9
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Russian 5.1
NR
24 fps
1 hr 54 min
Seeds 27
1015.2 MB
1280*536
Russian 2.0
NR
25 fps
1 hr 50 min
Seeds 9
2.04 GB
1920*804
Russian 5.1
NR
25 fps
1 hr 50 min
Seeds 29

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by stillnight-38709 1 / 10

Stupid plot, terrible acting, and of course they take full advantage of the children.

Stupid plot, terrible acting, and of course they take full advantage of the children. Everyone feels sorry for the children. It's convenient to base a story on a child's pain. It's smart to pass off an adult woman as a child - for one thing, it will "warm up" the director's bed.

Stupid plot, terrible acting, and of course they take full advantage of the children. Everyone feels sorry for the children. It's convenient to base a story on a child's pain. It's smart to pass off an adult woman as a child - for one thing, it will "warm up" the director's bed.

Stupid plot, terrible acting, and of course they take full advantage of the children. Everyone feels sorry for the children. It's convenient to base a story on a child's pain. It's smart to pass off an adult woman as a child - for one thing, it will "warm up" the director's bed.

Reviewed by dignitery 7 / 10

A disaster full of success.

A disaster movie yes, but certainly not a disaster to watch with unexpected plot twists and emotional panic as you think the end is nigh.

Special effects are perfectly created in the background, and they are good! It all merges around the cast. A cast of unknown actors who really are good enough so the disaster doesn't steal the screen.

As someone obsessed by space travel, I found the space station sequences so realistic I had to check to see if the ISS was still in orbit.

Well at a cost of nearly £6million it's production has a much sharper edge and excitement than most of those released in Hollywood and Korea.

Reviewed by IMDbKeepsDeletingMyReviews 7 / 10

Messy plot, visually stunning

MIRA is somewhat of an unexpected thing to behold. While the story is a bit of a knockoff of the Emmerich formula (family, drama, calamity, spectacle, and family), the attention to detail and overall execution is something else, indeed.

There are sequences in this film that are truly remarkable in every aspect, rivalling some of the best Hollywood has ever brought forth. The camera work, the production design, the acting (including the extras) and the VFX in the impact sequence are quite extraordinary, and the more realistic approach results in a fresh new way of witnessing a terrifying disaster.

I really have to stress again how amazing many of the visual effects really are: not flashy and rubbery like so many things we get to see from much bigger films, but seamless and believable. I really wonder how they pulled of a lot of shots that seem like practical effects, which of course they can't be.

Don't expect a perfect film, though. Especially in the third act, the film loses much of its realism and also goes into full cheese mode, but the good aspects easily prevail, at least for me. And so the verdict comes easy: if you're a sci-fi buff like me, you need to watch this.

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