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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 78%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"While its situations are more complex and less ham-fisted than those in many inspirational stories of reaffirmed faith, Mooz-lum...suffers from one-note characterizations."
‑ Andy Webster, New York Times
"There's an undeniable potency to the blunt-instrument melodrama of Mooz-lum."
‑ Joe Leydon, Variety
"The film is worth seeing simply because of the phenomenal acting by the ensemble and a plot that will generate debate and interest once audience members leave the theater."
‑ Wilson Morales, AOL Black Voices
"Sensitive performances smooth out the dramatic rough spots of this well-intentioned, racially-charged drama."
‑ Michael Rechtshaffen, Hollywood Reporter
"Solemn, unsubtle, and terminally self-conscious."
‑ Michelle Orange, Village Voice
"I suspect the Muslim narratives of 9/11 will soon grow into its own genre, and this film is a very good start."
‑ Omer Mozaffar,
"A potent feature debut for writer-director Qasim Basir, "Mooz-lum" attacks Islamist extremism while offering audiences a rare and illuminating depiction of life as a Muslim in America."
‑ Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times
"Poignant, relevant, and often quite moving in its characterizations."
‑ Frank Wilkins, Frank's Reel Reviews
"A poignant, cinematic memoir of growing up Muslim in America from the perspective of an anguished soul who just wanted to enjoy a normal childhood."
‑ Kam Williams,
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