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Freedom, Equality and the Muslim Brotherhood
Has Islam been hijacked by radical extremists who are actively trying to destroy the values on which Western society rests...
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Sww K (nl) wrote: It was soooo scary.....NOT! OMG, what a sleeper!
Joyce Y (ag) wrote: the story was cool, ekin was so mysterious throughout the entire movie, but you can never figure out what his job is till you reach the end. Btw, i hate Lau Ching Wan, else the rating would have been higher
Tameka T (de) wrote: Although I closed my eyes during the sad and violent scenes, this was a very good adaptation of Shakespeare's play, King Lear. Keep in mind most of the characters names are not the same as the book!
shay w (de) wrote: if it the same movie, Im waching now day time TV about war & morther & daughter left ... dad missing in war ....lovve it
Linda F (de) wrote: Two Thumbs Up Siskel And Ebert
Stacey L (gb) wrote: My cat can eat a whole watermelon!
leane e (nl) wrote: it was the regular kill the dumb teens movie but i ended up thinking this one wasnt so bad and it didnt bore me and i did like how it ended
Matt M (nl) wrote: There is a certain undeniable homoerotic charge in the portrait of manly emotions exhibited in Becket that kind of fulfils a certain fixation in period pieces that were being made at the time. Despite the epic grandeur of the film, from its sets to its extras, this film feels more like a deep and honest personal drama - if a little overtly melodramatic and a tad bit exaggerated. Becket is also a wonderful showcase for the two great actors Burton and O'Toole who work magnificently together and whose performances are very powerful and full of noble and genuine sentiments.
Ben A (au) wrote: Bought a copy of this film but had never seen it... The first film to win an Oscar for best picture, and it is very well deserved. What a spectacular and groundbreaking film!