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Ratings & Reviews

  1. saptarshi's rating of the film The Reluctant Fundamentalist

    mira nair is a fucking hack. basically a middlebrow bollywood~punjabi lumpenbourgeoisie film shot with a hollywood budget/crew.

  2. smndvdcl's rating of the film The Reluctant Fundamentalist

    Post-9/11 xenophobia towards Arabic civilians is effectively illustrated in this nuanced adaptation. Riz Ahmed deserves more starring roles in contemporary cinema. Nair's direction is competent if not authorial (unlike her sterling breakthrough film, Monsoon Wedding) in coalescing strands and ambiguities of the narrative but there is much to commend here.

  3. Carlos Filipe Freitas's rating of the film The Reluctant Fundamentalist

    Exhibiting a stable pace and exotic music, “The Reluctant Fundamentalist” was weak in its final moments and was never totally satisfying in its whole, despite having been filmed with accuracy. Review and Rating: http://alwayswatchgoodmovies.blogspot.com/2013/06/the-reluctant-fundamentalist-2012.html

  4. amicinema's rating of the film The Reluctant Fundamentalist

    Ne parliamo qui: http://www.amicinema.it/2013/06/il-fondamentalista-riluttante-2/

  5. Akshay Shaha's rating of the film The Reluctant Fundamentalist

    Looking forward to watch this film... :)

  6. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film The Reluctant Fundamentalist

    ★★ do terrorists dream of american sweethearts, broken nests and divided fundamentals?

  7. Enrico Gaudenzi's rating of the film The Reluctant Fundamentalist

    Aspettative zero. Anzi meno: recensioni non buone, scarso successo di un film nato per parlare agli USA delle contraddizioni post11 settembre, pregiudizio sulla regista. In realtà il film è bello. Certo alcuni personaggi sono solo stereotipati (Hudson) ma i personaggi maschili (i due protagonisti, il padre e il mentore statunitense) sono ben caratterizzati. Finale un pò scontanto ma il film funziona. Guardatelo

  8. Marcus Killerby's rating of the film The Reluctant Fundamentalist

    I was no fan of the book. The book, however, was deliberately polarising and always very vague and ambiguous. It did have some haunting scenes, particularly the ending. All this is gone in the film. Nair plays it safe and is never even approaches the level of risk and daring needed to adapt the novel. The ending is particularly unsatisfying simply because it is so satisfying. Who's the real bad guy? Nobody...