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The movie's fun, a lot of it having nothing to do with its specific subject. Read full review
The hint at disagreement among the performers about who can and cannot call themselves Muslim is particularly provocative — a debate that would have been better off played out on-screen rather than summarized after the fact. Read full review
The Muslims Are Coming! is at its best when the comedians talk to real people outside the controlled environment of a stage. Read full review
Although not wholly successful in its sociological aspirations, the film does provide both considerable laughs and food for thought. Read full review
Muslim comics are correct about not needing to defend their faith in post-9/11 America. Their patriotism is not the point. I just wish they told better jokes. Read full review
I kept expecting Sacha Baron Cohen to traipse onto the scene. Alas, he doesn’t. Read full review
One part stand-up comedy concert film (think Kings of Comedy) to two parts social outreach activism, documentary The Muslims Are Coming! works somewhat better as the latter than the former. Read full review
Despite their supposedly good intentions, the comedian-filmmakers broach the doc's central subject with crass and offensive standup routines that wouldn't be out of place on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour. Read full review
This well-intentioned “docu-comedy” (as the filmmakers label it in publicity notes) is not very funny. Read full review
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