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Rated R for thematic material, and some violent content including a sexual assault.

R In Theaters 03/25/2011 , 112min.
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Critic score based on 19 reviews

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August 07, 2011
timothy mcveigh was just a us gov puppet just like William m cooper said.
July 18, 2011
Timothy McVeigh? Oh please he was a wackjob with a few wackjob followers. No comparison to a race of people who teach terrorism from the age of 3 years old.
April 23, 2011
hey ethnccosmo, do you know who Timothy McVeigh is???? he was a terrorist. so i guess all white trash are terrorists as well.
April 09, 2011
I am a Christian and I loved the movie. Peace & Love is the only answer.
April 01, 2011
Wadis Place
I noticed the Critics gave the Film a 70% Rating overseas, but only a 45% Rating in the US. Being that the Zionist not only Control, BUT OWN the US Media. (Many of the US Media Conglomerates were Founded,, Owned and Lead by Power Zionist), the Critics better give it low ratings if they want to keep their jobs.

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The Hollywood Reporter
Dramatically but unevenly explores the lives of four Palestinian women during the years of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
To say that Mr. Schnabel's film is innocuous is not to say that it's any good. Like so many other well-intentioned movies about politically contentious issues, it is hobbled by its own sincerity and undone by a confused aesthetic agenda. Full Review
Amy Biancolli
San Francisco Chronicle
Rendered nearly unwatchable by overblown close-ups and an unrelenting shaky-cam. Full Review
Andrew O'Hehir
It isn't the shifting narrative focus of Miral that's the problem, nor is it the purposefully provocative pro-Palestinian perspective. It's Jebreal's screenplay, which uses every scene as a vehicle for delivering news headlines or condensed political rhetoric, and seems incapable of capturing a specific emotion or an individual personality. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Bogged down by speechifying and a plodding pace, Miral is well-intentioned but doesn't achieve the searing emotional resonance suggested by the story. Full Review

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