Day of the Falcon Reviews
As historical fiction, "Day of the Falcon" fares pretty well in displaying an example of nation building with the help of a neat montage while also demonstrating how true it is that any new technology is applied first towards military and sex. But as drama, not so much. Not only is the movie heavily contrived but it seeks to use paper thin characters to desperately search for a middle way between rampant materialism and fanatic beliefs. It's sad because there might be a fourth way in taking a more environmental stance. When Nesib says all he needs is the air and the sun, he does have a point.
5 stars no Doubt!
There are really valid points behind every character's actions, so it is an interesting conflict to watch: you could say whatever wrongs they do, they do for the right reasons, within their perspective.