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Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? Movie Poster

Rated PG-13 for some strong language.

PG-13 In Theaters 04/18/2008 , 93min.
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Critic score based on 28 reviews

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November 10, 2008
Goalshark
This is one of the most interesting films in a long time. Morgan goes to several Middle East countries, including Afghanistan, Egypt, Israel, Morocco, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan to interview the average person on the street mostly to get their views on Osama Bin Laden. We get a glimpse of people in these countries to get their views on Osama including all ages, young and old. Some westerners
May 22, 2008
shaanabanaana
Morgan Spurlock does a great job bringing the Middle East to light by touring through the area, talking to average people that live there and finding out their opinions on the war and Osama Bin Laden. He goes to great lengths to show what the people there are really like and how they really view westerners.This movie was both fun and enlightening, it's something everyone should go see.

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Variety
Morgan Spurlock, of the "Super Size Me" phenom, serves up a rehash of others' 9/11 reportage, bin Laden biography, Islamic theology and suicide-bomber psychology, in a tone so aghast you'd assume he knew nothing about the War on Terror -- which should make pic very appealing for those who know nothing about the War on Terror. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
The facetiousness of this project is charming at first -- as is the conceit of depicting the hunt for Mr. bin Laden using video-game animation -- but the charm wears off pretty quickly. Full Review
Carrie Rickey
Philadelphia Inquirer
Spurlock's intermittently entertaining travelogue ultimately reveals that people in disparate countries of different religions and wildly divergent ideologies are more alike than not. Full Review
Dana Stevens
Slate
With his goofy interview technique and easy laugh, Spurlock has a way of putting his subjects at ease even as he tests the audience's patience. Full Review
John Anderson
Variety
Morgan Spurlock, of the "Super Size Me" phenom, serves up a rehash of others' 9/11 reportage, bin Laden biography, Islamic theology and suicide-bomber psychology, in a tone so aghast you'd assume he knew nothing about the War on Terror -- which should make pic very appealing for those who know nothing about the War on Terror. Full Review

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