The Algerian tells an important story that even most feature films today struggle to tell. It's a controversial yet very relevant topic that we deal with everyday in the United States. Ali's struggle with his faith and his humanity is something that is very real today, and it is masterfully portrayed by Youcef and the cinematography. There is really a lot of heart and soul dedicated into this film and I believe that is reflected by the many awards it's recieved from various film festivals. I would I highly recommend The Algerian to anyone who loves and has an appreciation for quality filmmaking.
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The Algerian (2015)
The Algerian is a movie starring Ben Youcef, Candice Coke, and Harry Lennix. The Algerian is an international political thriller about the colliding worlds of the Middle East and America. It follows Ali (Ben Youcef) across the world...
IMDB: 5.90 Likes
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The Algerian is an international political thriller about the colliding worlds of the Middle East and America. It follows Ali (Ben Youcef) across the world from Algeria to New York, Las Vegas and Los Angeles as it reveals he is a sleeper cell part of an international plot. Filmed on 2 continents, 3 countries and 8 cities, The Algerian has won 19 awards at International Film Festivals, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Sound Design, Best Original Score, Best Stunts, Best Thriller, an Audience Choice Award, an Award of Excellence and the Rhode Island International Film Festival Grand Prize Award.
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If you appreciate film, you will love this movieReviewed byemersonwarrenVote: 10/10
I enjoyed the movie a lot. It was about a foreigner living in a foreign land and because he happen to be Muslim, it made him feel even more foreign in America.
It feels like the movie was designed to help Americans understand the full scope of the religion. Their are good guys and their are bad guys just like with any religion. It's a little bit ironic as the story itself is about a Muslim man understanding the world outside his limited view on the faith.
Almost wish that the movie's main draw was not the fact that it's a political thriller about terrorism as watching this young man's own personal day by day struggle was worthy enough.
I times the movie did dwell on things for too long but as a whole it was worth taking time to see.
... to extract a conclusion and hence an accurate rating, despite the decent scenario and acting. Many philosophies, many religions, many axioms, many ideological implementations in believers, different emotional aspects, non-believers and governments, many ways to act upon choices. The final act is reminiscent of absurdity and avoids addressing the core issue in everything: Everything can be resolved non-absurdly only through money. The key issue therefore, shouda been, who has the money. It is unimportant how/why anybody else acts upon choice. So what exactly are we supposed to conclude after watching this movie? You guessed it. Nothing. So 5/10 because the probability between any two completely opposing views is 1/2, as well (which is close to the general imdb rating).