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Throughout it all Ahmed is relentlessly upbeat, and he seems to have good reason to be. Yes, he's trying to sell an idea, but it's probably an idea well worth selling.
[A] funny, deeply affecting documentary.
Though it's only 72 minutes, by the time it's over, you'll be ready for it to end.
An ambitious revue film with a two-pronged mission: making Western audiences laugh and exploring why Mideast audiences might not.
It's an interesting travelogue, even if it doesn't quite warrant the documentary's feel-good title.
The Arab world gave us the number system -- and this is how we repay them?
It offers an honest look at a region about which most Americans know little.
Of course Arabs aren't a bunch of terrorists - but this movie bombs more often than not.
Good intentions don't equal useful information. Perhaps Ahmed would learn more if he talked to more people who weren't his friends or family.
It's a fresh look at the Middle East.
Important, heartwarming and highly informative documentary about bringing humor to the Arab/Muslim world, which-surprise!-is not at all humorless.
While the point - that humans of all ethnicities and beliefs share the ability to laugh - may seem obvious, this seems like a moment when that's not a bad thing to remember.
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