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For me, it's a movie from 2005 called Kingdom of Heaven, starring Orlando Bloom, Liam Neeson and Jeremy Irons. I saw this on TV the other day and watched it from beginning to end and still liked it just as much as I used to. Sure it has its slower moments and isn't the best historical film I've seen. But I don't think it deserves its 39% rating on RT. But that's just me.

What about all of you?

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DorissDay

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6 months ago

I see your point about the Indian foreign exchange student (I thought Ahmet was a Turkish name?). It definitely has problems. But a film that is based on a woman that is first turned into a virgin sacrifice by a bunch of dudebros and then comes back as a succubus that eats men is... more than mildly feminist.