Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden?

Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden?

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Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden?
Morgan Spurlock, stunt director of Super Size Me, turns his attention to the world’s most wanted man – Osama bin Laden – and attempts to find him.

With no military experience or expertise, he sets off to achieve the impossible. The CIA, FBI and countless bounty hunters have failed before him, but Spurlock persists under the justification that he wants to make the world safe for his soon to be born child.

Before he finds him, however, Spurlock investigates where Bin Laden came from and what makes him tick.
2008Rating: M, Offensive Language93 minsUSA
Documentary
Director:
Morgan Spurlock ('Super Size Me')
Writer:
Jeremy ChilnickMorgan Spurlock
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Flicks, Andreas Heinemann

Flicks, Andreas Heinemann

flicks

Well, where is he? I don’t know, you don't know and the American government sure don't seem to have the answer. Maybe Super Size Me director Morgan Spurlock can uncover the truth in this documentary. If he doesn't, and I don’t think it's much of a spoiler to tell you up front he won't, maybe he can teach us a little something about American foreign policy and the conflict in the Middle East along the way.

2.0
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Variety

Variety

press

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.

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Time Magazine

Time Magazine

press

Non-headline-making but often entertaining docu-travelogue.

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

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A film so self-centered that even the director's most dedicated stalkers might find it a bit too narcissistic.

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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

press

It's hard to know whether he condescends more to his audience or his subjects by this approach. But this is not a film rich in respect for anyone's intelligence.

3.0
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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Although he makes an amusing comic foil, Spurlock is ill-equipped to either evaluate or report on Middle East foreign policy. His methodology is disturbingly casual and conclusions woefully simplistic.

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Dominion Post

Dominion Post

press

Not as bad as you might have heard, but not nearly as good as the trailer might have led you to hope, Morgan - Supersize Me - Spurlock's new film is nothing more or less than a Dummy's Guide to the Middle East.

2.0
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Christchurch Press

Christchurch Press

press

While some will be disappointed with his lack of progress in Operation Special Delivery (or outraged that he would leave his heavily pregnant wife to tour the world's trouble spots in the first place), the film's midstream change in focus to America's reputation in the Middle East is actually more interesting.

3.0
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Flicks, Andreas Heinemann

Flicks, Andreas Heinemann

flicks

Well, where is he? I don’t know, you don't know and the American government sure don't seem to have the answer. Maybe Super Size Me director Morgan Spurlock can uncover the truth in this documentary. If he doesn't, and I don’t think it's much of a spoiler to tell you up front he won't, maybe he can teach us a little something about American foreign policy and the conflict in the Middle East along the way.

2.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

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.

0
Time Magazine

Time Magazine

press

Non-headline-making but often entertaining docu-travelogue.

0
San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

press

A film so self-centered that even the director's most dedicated stalkers might find it a bit too narcissistic.

0
New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

press

It's hard to know whether he condescends more to his audience or his subjects by this approach. But this is not a film rich in respect for anyone's intelligence.

3.0
0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Although he makes an amusing comic foil, Spurlock is ill-equipped to either evaluate or report on Middle East foreign policy. His methodology is disturbingly casual and conclusions woefully simplistic.

0
Dominion Post

Dominion Post

press

Not as bad as you might have heard, but not nearly as good as the trailer might have led you to hope, Morgan - Supersize Me - Spurlock's new film is nothing more or less than a Dummy's Guide to the Middle East.

2.0
0
Christchurch Press

Christchurch Press

press

While some will be disappointed with his lack of progress in Operation Special Delivery (or outraged that he would leave his heavily pregnant wife to tour the world's trouble spots in the first place), the film's midstream change in focus to America's reputation in the Middle East is actually more interesting.

3.0
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