The Kingdom Comes (a review)

kingdom.jpgAn amazing movie in both its action scenes and acting as well as the theme that it addresses and history that it summarizes. Director Jason Berg and producer Michael Mann create an exhilarating 100 minute feature that keeps you on the edge of your seat and leaves you with a sense wanting to continue fighting the good fight against the evil that the Saudis and the radicals that reside within them.

Do yourself a favor and see this movie soon. See it at a big movie theater at a popular time with a large audience. You and everyone else in the theater will be cheering at parts, laughing at parts, and crying at others together. It’s really an indescribable feeling that few movies have ever been able to provide. This movie really gets the audience feeling as one, pro-America, anti-haters and the nationalism fills the room like oxygen, everyone breathing it in and becoming intoxicated by it.

The opening sequence as the credits roll is very creative and well done, providing a historical crash course of the middle east and its relations towards the U.S and other leaders of the World. It’s then followed by an exciting action sequence that gets the movie rolling at its fast pace.

For a real movie review (I’m not so great at doing them properly, I admit) go here 

Grade: *** (3 stars) 


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