Four Lions

2010

Action / Comedy / Crime / Drama

93
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 82%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 79%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 63226

Synopsis


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Cast

Benedict Cumberbatch as Negotiator
Adeel Akhtar as Faisal
Riz Ahmed as Omar
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699.26 MB
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English
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23.976 fps
1hr 37 min
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English
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1hr 37 min
P/S 3 / 68

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Marron Glace 4 / 10

Messing with ratings

People keeps on messing with ratings , a producers would buy ratings exactly like buying followers in social media !!! I guess it's like s a group of members spreading all over movie rating websites doing that kind of mess to earn some money !!

People keeps on messing with ratings , a producers would buy ratings exactly like buying followers in social media !!! I guess it's like s a group of members spreading all over movie rating websites doing that kind of mess to earn some money !!

Reviewed by jpmarshall-40155 3 / 10

Not very funny or entertaining

The film was only funny for a few moments during the last half hour or so. The humor was pretty dry even for a British comedy. The movie did have potential and could've been great if they had cut down on the overacting and made the humor more subtle, but ultimately it was a pretty big disappointment for me as I had heard nothing but great things about the movie. I'm American with lots of British relatives on my moms side, so I would say I'm very used to hearing and understanding British accents but I had a very hard time understanding the main characters in this movie for a good portion of the film. Overall not enjoyable. I really did want to like this movie just for the fact that it takes the very relevant and controversial issue of terrorism and makes light of it. Don't get me wrong, it does effectively make light of terrorism, but it doesn't make you laugh.

Reviewed by nakulgote 10 / 10

A peek into the mind and life of your typical UK jihadi and the society that produces him

This film gets so many things right. Seems like the writer knows exactly what ails the Muslim society and this movie captures that brilliantly. The modern but Islamist wife, the pious and regressive but non-violent Islamic preacher, the white convert who is more hardcore in his jihad than the others, the run-of-the-mill kebab shop worker who supports jihad, the happy-go-lucky and unsuspecting co-worker from the security agency, the freely mingling drug-addicted white girl. If this isn't piercing satire, I don't know what is. One of the best movies I have ever seen.

Also contains some brilliant dialogues like, "Bro, I think I might be confused but I am not sure."

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