When the Moors Ruled in Europe

When the Moors Ruled in Europe

This program contends that the popular perception of the Muslim occupation of Spain toward the end of the first millennium is largely wrong. The eighth century Muslim invasion of the ...

This program contends that the popular perception of the Muslim occupation of Spain toward the end of the first millennium is largely wrong. The eighth century Muslim invasion of the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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jacki m (it) wrote: I loved this wee Indie gem, well acted and tongue in cheek, in our politically correct world this is a f**k you to it all! It's hilarious in parts and yes smacks of Tarantino but what a compliment!Refreshing, funny and I got it!!!

Johnathan Z (kr) wrote: ...I'd rather re-watch the Lightning Thief.

Vince N (kr) wrote: Noted quotes: "If we was gonna win the war we was gonna need PRACTICE some of us more then others..." "I need a VACATION!"#Ones

Bret W (ca) wrote: Breathtaking scenery and some tense scenes definitely make this movie watchable, but the character archetypes are all too predictable. Peter Garrett (Chris O'Donnell) never quite lives up to his persona as National Geographic photographer, and his sister Annie (Robin Tunney) seems oddly unlike herself on the mountainside with Elliot Vaughn (Bill Paxton, who is creepy as ever). The pace of the film rides from one tense moment to the next, even though sometimes tense gives way to ludicrous. I did not hate this movie, but I did not love it either.

Jamie A (de) wrote: Another Most Favorite of mine

Marnie Z (es) wrote: The acting is horrible and by todays standards this is not really scary but I did enjoy it - particularly the old sets/props and Boris Karloff as the host. :)

Chris M (mx) wrote: the road to series rocks, hard. why did they snub bob hope at the oscars?

Cdrik S (nl) wrote: Very poor acting but great concept overall

Jason V (it) wrote: There's something about Dead Ringer which keeps it from being in the same league as other Bette Davis films like Whatever Happened to Baby Jane or All About Eve. Surely it runs at least 20 minutes too long and the central conceit, Davis playing dueling twins, is jettisoned far too quickly to get on with the actual plot. The ending is a bit of an anti-climax, all things considered, but you know what? This is a lavish production with Davis front and center throughout. A whole range of problems comes to mind with taking someone else's identity, though the movie never really pummels the audience with those issues. Maybe it wants the audience to think about them independently. Maybe the movie just doesn't care to think any of those things through or show the problems on screen. Either way, Dead Ringer is still recommended.

Greg W (br) wrote: awesome sci-fi epic gr8 cast another lost review

Wildaly M (de) wrote: Lemme just say that the leads are portrayed as being so blindingly and stereotypically attractive, that they just put me off. It is very stylish I suppose, but where's the substance? That being said, I was mildly entertained here. It was over the top of course, and I expect that with Bollywood, but the love story behind it just didn't pull me in as others have done. Too many cliches and unrealistic stuff happening here. I just didn't see the "effervescent charm" here RT claimed. I think there are way better Bollywood films out there.

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