Muhammad: The Last Prophet

Muhammad: The Last Prophet

More than fourteen centuries ago, Mecca was filled with gambling, drunkenness, slavery, the mistreatment of women, and greed. The holy Ka'bah was littered with idol gods. Pilgrims came by the thousands to worship them. Quarysh, Mecca's ruling body, reveled in the their good fortune but cared little for the welfare of the pilgrims of Arabia.Against this dismal scene, a man named Muhammad (pbuh) retreated to a cave high above Mecca to pray. The events that transpired in that cave changed the course of human history.This is the story of the blessings of Muhammad (pbuh) - The Last Prophet.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:English,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:muslim,   islam,   7th century,  

More than fourteen centuries ago, Mecca was filled with gambling, drunkenness, slavery, the mistreatment of women, and greed. The holy Ka'bah was littered with idol gods. Pilgrims came by the thousands to worship them. Quarysh, Mecca's ruling body, reveled in the their good fortune but cared little for the welfare of the pilgrims of Arabia.Against this dismal scene, a man named Muhammad (pbuh) retreated to a cave high above Mecca to pray. The events that transpired in that cave changed the course of human history.This is the story of the blessings of Muhammad (pbuh) - The Last Prophet. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Owen20 R (de) wrote: The life of classic musicals has walked into history as the revival that is La La Land, and the acts from Gosling and Stone could not be more moving.

Lamees M (ag) wrote: It was an amazing movie on many levels. It is based on true life incidents and exposes the repression and the suffering that people have gone through in Iran. And the dancing was amazing. Thank God it ended well. Deeply moving and a courageous exposition of repression any where. Need to be seen by everyone just to know how much luckier we are to be living in the USA!

arif s (it) wrote: quite an interesting sci-fi from Korean industry. nice film.i love every story of film and every story is quite touching and beheld an affection to those stories...nice job

Michael H (gb) wrote: A routine story, but well executed and with a number of fun character performances in the supporting roles, including a delightful cameo by Amitabh Bachchan in the Hindi version. (I expect Ajith Kumar's cameo is good in the Tamil version as well.) Even the English language actors are good; not always the case in Bollywood movies. There aren't any real surprises but the movie is brisk and charming and effectively affecting. I even teared up a bit toward the end.

Heather M (br) wrote: This movie was a hellish mess. I can't believe that it was ever made or that I actually wasted my life watching it all with the hope that it would have a point in the end - or at least a conclusion that I could support to justify the gratuitous carnage.

Caleb M (ag) wrote: Fun little look into the American exploitation film genre, even if at times it feels like little more than a video essay, the interviews really elevate it above that. It's no NOT QUITE HOLLYWOOD (which is not only informative but incredibly fun to watch), but it's informative and... pretty fun.

Chris S (it) wrote: This made Saw V seem like an episode of My Little Pony. Hardcore!

Brendon D (kr) wrote: Much the same as the Boogeyman 2 but heads back to the supernatural part of the franchise rather then the real side. and although the movie feels a lot different it does follow on from the previous film more so then no.1-2. The Movie Follows on from the second film except with a different protagonist, Sarah, and in a way antagonist. This time instead of a mental clinic we are in College, Which i assume is much like an on campus University or High School in Australian Terms. But anyway, The film starts off normal, showing everything bright and fun, showing everybody getting along and happy with their lives. of course with a horror film this does not last long and before long Sarah's friend Audrey has been missing for awhile now. She knows Audrey has been upset after her dad DR. Allen was killed at the mental clinic. But after Sarah finished up doing her On Campus radio gig she returns back to her room and sees Audrey their raving on saying "he's Everywhere" Sarah Let Audrey stay, but the next night Sarah heads to do her Radio show leaving Audrey By herself. While at the show Audrey rings up and tries to explain everything about the Boogeyman and her father, they don't believe her. But Sarah, believing her friend to be suicidal, rushes back This is all in the beginning moments of the film and so much more is to come. While i rarely find horror movies scary anymore after spending a lot of my waking moments watching them, i did feel this one had more scares then the first two providing a good horror feel

Akshay R (gb) wrote: A totally escapist, looney Bollywood movie ever made.

Corrie F (fr) wrote: ultra low budget, amateur horror film. it was okay for what it was.

Indira S (nl) wrote: good but no enough :)

Bill T (fr) wrote: Just ok, there's some definite classics in there, but there's some newer stuff that is totally not the same calibre as the older stuff. Plus, they seem to borrow gags from the older shorts for this, not good.

Shauna H (mx) wrote: Come on people. This IS a classic for horror fans. The ending rocks!

Michael M (mx) wrote: I LOVE Shock Treatment! It Has better songs then the ones in The Rocky Horror Picture Show! I Love both Films equally! It gets a bit fuzzy but the plot is bold and different from RHPS and Patricia Quinn and Richard O'Brien are the Stars as Nation and Cosmo McKinley!

Dennis A (de) wrote: Faithful to the comics and visually stunning, a gritty and serious story.

Lisa T (ca) wrote: a classic throwback....funny ... i luv it !!!