The Taqwacores

The Taqwacores

Three years in the making, this feature documentary follows the progression of the Muslim Punk scene: from its imaginary inception in a novel written by a white-convert named Michael Muhammad Knight to a full-blown, real-life scene of Muslim punk bands and their fans.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:83 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:islam,  

Yusef, a first-generation Pakistani engineering student, moves off-campus with a group of Muslim punks in Buffalo, New York. His new "un-orthodox" house mates soon introduce him to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Taqwacores torrent reviews

Benjamin J (it) wrote: If "Exorcism of Emily Rose" was a poor man's "Exorcist", then this is a poor man's "Exorcism of Emily Rose". Maybe worse than that. Maybe a rip off of all the piss poor exorcism movies that popped up in the 70s. The makers of this film have tried to take it in other directions with sub-plots and a ridiculous twist, but it ultimately falls on its arse as we're subjected to more of the same; teenage girl speaking in a gruff voice, reciting latin, demanding sexual satisfaction, mutilating herself and masturbating. Admittedly, that actually sounds quite good on paper, but when the Exorcist already exists, there really doesn't need to be a third or fourth rate copy of it.

Andrew K (es) wrote: A little bizarre with entertaining aspects, but felt drawn out and pointless in the end.

JR S (es) wrote: luis quit making movies

Adam R (au) wrote: Definitely an oddity, but it's not on the same level as other indie films similar in style. I found it meaningless and forgettable. (First and only viewing - 7/18/2014)

Tammy L Z (ca) wrote: This movie is hilarious! I've watched it a dozen times.

Samantha S (ru) wrote: Very sweet movie, powered by the great Yiddish actress Reizi Bozyk. Peter Riegert was never more adorable (you wonder why Izzy would turn him down, he's so cute and sweet, even for decadently famous Jeroen Krabbe). Sylvia Miles makes you laugh with every appearance. A gentle movie soundtracked by a woman's a capella singing group - a woman's story in every way. I fought it but I fell in love with it nevertheless.

Adam R (kr) wrote: The Mexican 400 Blows. I like that Buuel snuck that one surrealist scene in. And of course, the obligatory womens' stockings.

Anne W (au) wrote: i try to catch em alll

cody f (jp) wrote: Mike Powell's 1st real film and a good first effort. I liked the idea of the story more than the execution.The location is amazing and i would like to see this subject tackeled in a doc. or a remake by Malick.

Marta R (fr) wrote: Strong woman... what a surprise.... Never.

Rodney E (au) wrote: A am I living the story or is it just my imagination type of movie that has been better in other movies like In the Mouth of Madness. This was one that I had always wanted to see and watched it in the late night hour. While it is pretty ho hum with pacing, the story within the story does provide some suspense. Oh and the makeup of the guy in the story is pretty effective. What ever happened to Jenny Wright?