Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet

Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet

Tells the story of the seventh century prophet who changed world history in 23 years, and continues to shapes the lives of more than 1.2 billion people. The film takes viewers not only to ancient Middle Eastern sites where Muhammad's story unfolds, but into the homes, mosques and workplaces of some of America's estimated seven million Muslim to discover the many ways in which they follow Muhammad's example.

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Jason P (es) wrote: Tense and gritty film with flashes of humour. excellent performances all round.

Lucas G (br) wrote: Not a good movie by any stretch of the imagination... but entertaining none the less.

Emmi K (au) wrote: ihan hyv peruskamaa

Mercdes Y (ca) wrote: seen the third one... want 2 see this one

Alex i (ag) wrote: STAY AWAY FROM THIS FILM, GOT 15 MIN IN AND ALMOST VOMETED FROM THE ANIMATION, IT LOOKS LIKE A REALLY REALLY REALLY UNFINISHED DREAMWORKS FILM THAT NEVER MADE IT

Sameer K (nl) wrote: I'm really bored of movies about movies. Can't you people come up with anything new??

darth v (br) wrote: Silly movie about fembots.

Ryan P (es) wrote: Had it not been for the brusque ending (apparently due to a lack of funding *sad face*), I'd call this a satire masterpiece of organized religion from Luis Bunuel. Quite funny, thought-provoking, with brilliant imagery, and a very entertaining 43 minutes! Thumbs up.

Art S (gb) wrote: In the same vein as Hammer's contemporaneous Quatermass pictures, X: The Unknown is British sci-fi themed horror with serious social commentary (about radioactivity) thrown in for good measure. It starts well, with a sort of "Val Lewton" asthetic - low budget and what you can't see just might be more scary in your imagination. Dean Jagger is on hand as a scientist who is doing experiments on neutralizing atomic bombs when the monster strikes, killing a few soldiers and leaving a huge fissure in the earth. Then, a few more victims before we see the horrible sludge creature that lives on radiation (even attacking a hospital to get some). Unfortunately, the scientific mumbo jumbo can only get you so far and the film stumbles along to its fully expected conclusion.

SV G (de) wrote: Not at the top of my list for King Vidor movies - but still it was an enjoyable enough film. Interesting to see ever so girlie Jennifer Jones play the tom-boy type. Also stars Karl Malden and Charlton Heston.

bob t (it) wrote: A bit of a bore. However, the worst movie in 1934 is probably 10x better than that raking in big bucks at the theatre tonight.

Mike S (ru) wrote: Not even close to competing to the first film. However, the suspense is there, the scare factor is there, and also, bits and pieces of comedic aspects. It is worth the watch is you're a horror film fan.

Ryan H (fr) wrote: 3 Words: Great action, gross....

Ethan F (it) wrote: In my opinion literally the best film ever made. The screenplay is SO much sharper than the majority of people who went to see this as a big-budget action flick. It's more like an Aaron Sorkin geo-political masterpiece about deep human relationships and how compassion is the chief driving force in any remarkable story. SO GOOD!!