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(17036) 7.9 105 min 2015

Bilal: A New Breed of Hero is a movie starring Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Ian McShane, and China Anne McClain. A thousand years ago, one boy with a dream of becoming a great warrior is abducted with his sister and taken to a land far...

Thomas Ian Nicholas, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, China Anne McClain, Ian McShane
Adventure, Action, Animation
Khurram H. Alavi, Ayman Jamal

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Adventure, Action, Animation
Director Khurram H. Alavi, Ayman Jamal
Writer Ayman Jamal, Alexander Kronemer, Khurram H. Alavi, Michael Wolfe, Yassin Kamel, Alexander Kronemer, Ayman Jamal
Stars Thomas Ian Nicholas, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, China Anne McClain, Ian McShane
Country USA, United Arab Emirates, Switzerland
Also Known As Bilal: La naissance d'une légende, Bilal, Bilal: Keine Ketten können Ihn Halten, Bilal: A Lenda, Bilal: A Legend Breaks Free, Slave War, Bilal: Chiến Binh Sa Mạc
Runtime 1H 45M
Description A thousand years ago, one boy with a dream of becoming a great warrior is abducted with his sister and taken to a land far away from home. Thrown into a world where greed and injustice rule all, Bilal finds the courage to raise his voice and make a change. Inspired by true events, this is a story of a real hero who earned his remembrance in time and history.

Top reviews

Friday, 29 May 2020 23:50

When I saw Bilal in theaters last month, I had no idea that I would end up loving it as much as I do. Having seen both films in the theater this weekend, I can only say that it was a great experience. To begin with, the first movie is just plain awesome. It is definitely the most engaging part of the two movies. One of the best parts is that it is the story of Bilal, a typical Muslim kid who wants to be like his hero, Mohammed. In the film, he goes through a journey of becoming a fully-fledged Muslim, and only after a while, we see him act more like a Muslim, which actually gets him out of the terrorist's clutches. The second part of the film is a bit different, because the big character in the movie is Bilal's father. He is also pretty interesting, and is very compelling, which makes it even more interesting for a third part. The third part is a bit of a disappointment, because it doesn't even really give the audiences a glimpse of Bilal's adventures. All it shows is a magical transformation from a typical Muslim kid to a Muslim hero. The reason for this is that the story ends up focusing more on Bilal and his newfound faith, which makes the last part feel a bit incomplete. Finally, the visual effects were amazing, but this also led to some problems in the third part. If the visual effects were awesome, the story could have been really good. In the first part, the effects made the audience lose interest in the story. In the second part, the visual effects are already done well, but this leads to an issue of my main problem: the third part. The third part is boring. It doesn't have the effects or the other aspects of the first part, and it is boring. In the first part, there was a lot of fun and entertainment, and the first part is good at building up excitement. In the second part, we just get some sad moments with Bilal and his father, which makes the last part all the more disappointing. What I really think is important is that the third part should be a bit more focused on Bilal's transformation from a Muslim hero to a Muslim hero, and the second part should focus more on Bilal's story, and the first part should focus more on Bilal's father. Overall, the third part is a disappointment, and the second part is still an excellent movie. This is my first review that is not negative about a movie I have watched in theaters, and it definitely deserves my rating.
Thursday, 14 May 2020 01:03

A reboot of a classic which was very much out of date in the 20th century, Bilal comes from the heart, goes to the mind and works miracles. It is an early entry into the Superhero genre, one of those action heroes whose origin story is so complex that it would be impossible to make it understandable by the average moviegoer, but is worth seeing for the pure joy that is Bilal's story. Everyone can relate to the hero Bilal, and it is a pleasure to see him walk the tightrope between good and evil. Not only can Bilal not do bad, but he is also innocent, a man of few words, not of many actions, but of deeds. As a young lad he was kidnapped by warlords and his mother was murdered by them, but he managed to escape. He does not just come back from the dead, but fights evil with his good heart, in the modern world, not the golden age, not the Old Europe. He is like a samurai, a god, a devil, a survivor, a rebel, a myth. He is simply a human being, like us, with an all-consuming, irrepressible energy, boundless imagination and sharp wit, who is not easily identified with a single type of character. Although he is not completely different from us, he is absolutely unique. And this is the only difference between him and us. Unlike heroes like Superman or Batman, Bilal is no icon, but an entire type of human being, a soul, a spirit, a son, a brother, a father, a friend, a teacher, a rebel. He is not a hero, but a man who takes the responsibility of being a human being, and who achieves his aims without being successful, without being successful without being a hero. His weakness is a kind of cowardice, he is also a human being, as one of the first things that he says to his kidnappers is 'No, you are not a monster, I am a monster and I do not want to be a monster', but he is a man who does not fear to do what is right, and who is willing to do what is necessary to get what he wants. He has no morals, no principles. He is no savior, but a hero. He is the most valuable thing of all. Bilal is a great superhero, a superhero with no superpowers, but a man of power and energy, who fights evil by his own acts, who makes his enemies pay for their crimes, but does not necessarily commit them himself. He has a high intelligence,
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 10:56

Here is a film that I thought was going to be boring, but ended up being slightly entertaining. I always have a hard time choosing which movies are best for me, it is a matter of personal taste and what my mood is at the time. I enjoyed "The Golden Compass" so much that I bought the sequel "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" right away and immediately re-read the first book "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey". The books are now five years old, and as far as I know, all are available on the movies shelves at Blockbuster, but there are definitely some books I have not read yet. Bilbo Baggins is our hero, a hobbit who, after escaping from the thieves of Gondor, moves with his two companions Merry and Pippin to the beautiful, beautiful Middle-earth. At first, Bilbo is a bit bored with his life, a boring, boring life of cleaning, taking care of the hobbit house and the various other chores. When Bilbo learns that he is to be crowned King of Middle-Earth, he decides to go on a quest to recover his lost dwarfs and return them to Gondor. At first, Bilbo doesn't have a clue about what he is doing. But, Bilbo is very clever and he manages to track the Dwarfs to the Lonely Mountain. There they meet the Valkyries, or Riders, of the dwarfs, and one of the Valkyries has an evil wizard named Smeagol. All of this is only the beginning of the story. What is amazing about this film is how well it flows. The writing is strong and the story is well written. If you haven't read the books, you won't notice the difference. The film, if you can get past the slightly cheesy parts of it, is worth watching, especially for the actors, including Elijah Wood, who really surprised me with his performance. The second acting is the usual, but the rest of the cast is great. I don't want to give too much away but, just like in "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey", everyone is on point. There are some parts where the film goes over the top, but it is done in a way that makes it understandable. Overall, this movie is great and I highly recommend it.
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 08:12

Director: Bilal Saab(Mulholland Drive) and writer: Bilal Saab. One of the producers and a director, are on the whole the best if there's one. But Bilal Saab's more the person who did the animation. And he is the one who is responsible for the great eye-catching scenes that only Bilal Saab can do. The story of this movie starts as some 30 years ago a government official Bilal Saab (Salma Hayek) has discovered that someone had tried to kill his father by destroying a train tracks. He and his team of volunteers are ready to go rescue the family. But then he meets one of his friends named Bilal Saab (Haley Lu Richardson) who convinces him to go and rescue the family but she is a completely different person. Now he decides to go and rescue the family but has to deal with a lot of enemies who are after the family. I do not want to say too much about the story because it's easy to spoil it. This is a really great movie but the film has to be enjoyed by the eyes. This is an impressive first feature animation. You get an amazing eye-catching scenes but there are a few flaws. Sometimes Bilal Saab makes weird movements and sometimes it's too fast. I am not a fan of the CGI but I think it's great in some moments. But there are many scenes in this film that really stand out. There are some moments when you just want to kick Bilal Saab's butt. Even though he is a really great character. The film was released in 2011 and it is a very long movie. Some scenes are way too long. They are just too long and it's very distracting. I also don't like the voice-overs. They don't make sense. Some of the characters are more easy to understand than others. The story is also too long. The first half is just a boring mess. It's a very long movie and there are a few scenes that are too long. This is a very entertaining and stunning animated movie. The plot is simple and clear. But the story was way better in the second half. If you don't mind the long movie, I recommend this movie. The story is really good and the characters are really good. It has a really good story and you really can't help but think about the movie for a few minutes. It also has some amazing voice-overs and it is a really beautiful animation. This is a great movie for fans of the original Bilal Saab movies, especially the original one

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