Uncle Saddam

Uncle Saddam

Everything you've ever wanted to know about Saddam Hussein (but were afraid to ask).

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Chad P (mx) wrote: Not much good to say about this film, other than the fact I try to watch any Western to encourage studios to produce more of them. The music was so horrid and loud that I coudln't make it all the way to the end. May have been a better choice for television.

Mohammed B (es) wrote: "Nothing is more beautiful than to be together."

Greg D (ag) wrote: O Africa, how I have no desire to visit you. The atrocities of Africa are put on display with guns visible everywhere you turn, an instance on violence seemingly at every turn. The hand held camera drives you right in.

Johnny T (nl) wrote: To call Towelhead exploitative is to miss the point. What made Towelhead the novel so extraordinary was the honesty in Jasira's adolescent narrative voice, the genuine way she misguidedly, but honestly, conflates the sexual attention she receives with the parental affection she really needs. With the film, Ball, though he drops the book's first person narration, is faithful to that voice. Racism, teen sex, and war are all hot button issues. When you are a young person these things can seem new and confusing. In Alan Ball's genius Towelhead, all of those above mentioned subjects go hand-in-hand in a truly wonderful cinematic experience. Alternately disturbing, laceratingly satirical and affectingly poignant, the film, which he adapted from the novel, Towelhead, by Alicia Erian, is very much a companion piece to the Ball-penned "American Beauty" in its unwavering examination of the dirty little secrets and raging hypocrisies lurking just beyond all those manicured suburban lawns. VERDICT: "Full Price" - My second highest rating (Positive to Mixed reaction). This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. Moderately Recommended.

Shareef B (jp) wrote: If the Grim Reaper could take the body of a pretty boy and fall in love sounds interesting but is just too silly and dull to watch and get into. Extremely corny!

Michael A (gb) wrote: It totally sucked, the only good thing about it was looking at Sharon Stone or Valeria Golino!

Matt H (br) wrote: I remember watching it but I don't remember anything special.

John M (es) wrote: Seriously overcooked psuedo-noir that updates the classic "Out of the Past." This version has way too much melodrama, way too much scenery chewing, and way too much of Bridge's six-pack abs! :-) Not one of Hackford's best, to be certain.