All the glitz and glamour of Hollywood have come out. In the last and final installment of the Dark Knight trilogy, we are finally introduced to evil. But not evil in a sense of wait, but in a reality of satisfaction. Showing the true colors of anarchy, Bane gives civilization a clean slate. But…
Filmed in Arabic with ENG Subtitles- For anyone who is interested in Arabic movies, the Lantern tells the incredible story of the first convert of Islam known as Ali ibn Abu Talib (A.S.). Ali stands for Asadallah (The Lion of Allah) which basically translates to Gods warrior. The rise of Islam was carried through his will and strength that was exalted by Prophet Muhammad (SAW) during his time and after his death. Not only was he a master swords man with his eloquently crafted sword but he represents peace and prosperity. The only time Ali would fight was in Holy War (Jihad) protecting his lineage (Ahul-ilBait). His story lights up the minds of people who want to understand what Islam stands for and why peace is the only solution. Rating 10/10
All the glitz and glamour of Hollywood have come out. In the last and final installment of the Dark Knight trilogy, we are finally introduced to evil. But not evil in a sense of wait, but in a reality of satisfaction. Showing the true colors of anarchy, Bane gives civilization a clean slate. But would the Batman concur with this? That’s what entails. Hans Zimmer was brilliant once more. But as for Nolan and his graphics crew, a little touchy and predictable in areas of concern. Areas which were not examined. Those will be taken into consideration and new methods will be brought. The new faces were bright including a possible introduction to Robin but not enough reassurance. One cannot simply compare and contrast the first DK to this, for it is a continuation in itself. A continuation that has just begun…..
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There once was a man long time ago who ran into caves and spoke with the ghosts. Everywhere he went he was followed for this man was not like any other. He drew carvings in the caves and spoke to himself as if he was two. Everyone around called him crazy, but one lady loved him dearly. This lady was Khadijah. She was beautiful and rich and loved one man, the crazy scouter. As their love grew strong, the crazy man continued to the caves day by day being followed by two men for safety. One ordinary day the man went to the cave and prayed as he always intended and heard something in the shadows as he prayed. What was this spirit in the air? As the man attempted to step forward he was frozen still, the spirit spoke to him and commanded him to recite a saying. The man replied saying i can neither read nor write, following that, the spirit walked towards the man and a huge shadow towered the man and he was locked so tight in a hug he started to recite the exact words the shadow commanded. Once it disappeared the man walked out the cave and jumped off the cliff and survived knocked unconscious. Once he was taken back to the palace he spent a whole week in recovery. When he walked out to see his children and wife he was unbelievably deniable to sight. His children were in fear but the man simply said I have never felt more alive in my life don’t fear me children show me affection, for now life begins. This man was 40 years old when he was touched by an Angel. This man dedicated his life to write and transcribe the Holy Qu’ran. This man went on to revolutionize the religion of Islam. This man was the 1000th prophet of Allah. This man was Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W).
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Not what I expected to say the least. Not only was it a terrible plot line with no realistic back story but it just shows a trio of kids messing around with some kind of powers. They obtained these powers by falling in a hole and touching this large object that seems to be alive. After that they show off the powers and then predictably one of them abuses the power. Of course of the three that abuse their power its the loner of the group that carries a video camera around and tapes everything that’s happening. Dry story with immature acting and a predictable ending.. Rating: 4.2/10
When Al Pacino is playing Satan, you know you’re in for one hell of a ride. Keanu Reeves plays a big shot lawyer from Gainesville, FL who hasn’t lost a case in his career. When he gets noticed by a huge law firm from New York, he takes the opportunity to further his career. Many challenges arise for him and his wife as they enter the big city. New cases and new people make their life all the more interesting. As an overall story its mind-twisting with a good cast to support the cause. Keanu Reeves was a bit of a distraction for me as he couldn’t really cut it as a big time lawyer (or at least that character) but Al Pacino once again saves the film. Besides having Charlize Theron doesn’t hurt either. Rating 7.3/10