Muslims like to claim that their go-to-guy was an actual person, who actually lived. That might be true, I have no reason to doubt that. The film, however, claims to be an actual representation of historical events and depicting the real life of young-to-adolescent Mo. Then, lay off the magic, please! With islam's poor track record of self-distance, and the film's own claims of being honest and true, suspension of disbelief becomes a problem when hocus-pocus abounds.
I'm certain that if one could just ignore the self-seriousness and the absurd claims, this film could be an entertaining one. If they shortened it from three hours down to two, and added som events, characters, conflicts and, you know, entertainment. I just came here for the comments.
Failed the Bechdel test
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