Saturday, January 21, 2012

Speak No Islam


The new Tom Hanks film gets "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" to taking on Islam ... & Islam means peace.

Here's my True take on the poster for the film, which deals with 9/11, but from what I gather doesn't get anywhere near the reason behind the atrocity. Here are the trailers for the film. I imagine that the kid in the film, in his search for ... whatever it is he's searching for ... would instead be searching for the Truth behind why his father, and thousands of others, were murdered on 9/11.











Here was my take on the Steven Spielberg film, Munich, which despite solid production values and a good cast, was a moral failure because the filmmakers couldn't resist shoehorning their sympathy for the devil into the story, which undercut the heroes and the whole point of the film.


3 comments:

Susan said...

Have you seen Ridley Scott's "Kingdom of Heaven"?

Bosch Fawstin said...

I haven't, but the word was that it went soft on Islam & its Jihad & hard on the Crusades, which was, at least at first, a response to the Jihad & the Muslim sacking of Jerusalem. The Crusades lasted for around 200 years, while the Jihad still exists, 1,300 years since Mohammad began it. IF he existed at all, as Robert Spencer's upcoming book posits. But whether he existed as Muslim history says he did, Muslims believe he did & act accordingly.

Luuli said...

I don't understand... :| OMG!