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Plot: After a "white lie" which spirals out of control, a neurotic, naive and musically gifted Muslim cleric's eldest son must follow through with an arranged marriage, except he is madly in love with an Australian born-Lebanese girl. Runtime: 110 min Release Date: 08 Jun 2018
Should be required viewing for all Australians... (by rebecca-95689)
...apart from the fact it was brilliantly entertaining if I wasn't laughing I was crying , it's an extremely timely film that can't help but start a different social conversation / a much needed fresh dialogue - thank you to all those who must of worked so hard to get it to the screen.This will be an Aussie classic - get in and be one of the first to see it!
A perfect Aussie gem (by CoryBumstead89)
Ali's Wedding mixes Muslim life with life in Australia. This film is funny, sad and extremely heartfelt.This is a must see Australian film that will be an international hit.I recommend this film extremely highly and you will have an enjoyable time watching this beautiful little gem.
One of the best Netflix movies so far (by elinesandeschannel)
I usually don't enjoy Netflix movies, but after watching Ali's Wedding at a friend's house, I fell in love with this production and watched it again, with my family, the other day. Great cast, great story I feel bad this is based in real events! and great production. Definitely recommend!
Australia's Best Film of 2017! (by Johnny-the-Film-Sentinel-2187)
Ali's Wedding is a film of many gifts. It's funny, heartfelt, and not quite what you'd expect from Aussie cinema. It's an Islamic focused film that is an honest look at the pocket of communities in Melbourne. And on top of that, this is all a true story, focusing on Osama Sami's struggle at Melbourne University going through an identity crisis.For such a specific cultural play-set of story, Ali's Wedding shows the good and welcoming side of the Islamic religion while mocking aspects of family life, Muslim or not. Family's a tricky thing to portray in these comedies <more>
without being overtly stereotypical or offensive given a somewhat alien culture within Western society. There's grounded Islam and funny Islam in this; it's an open-minded film that utilizes its heritage to explore terrain unseen in Aussie cinema. It's a cultural milestone and could prove to be an international cult classic in the 21st Century.I highly recommend this film. Even if you're an Aussie who's not into Aussie-cinema, give this one a shot because it is a film with international appeal and entertainment. 9/10.
If there were more movies like this, it would break down fears about Muslims in our communities. Yes, many of their traditions and customs are different to the average white Australian's, and this movie doesn't hold back from poking gentle fun at some of those customs. But it also shows that families generally tend to be a complex mix of being supportive, infuriating, close-knit, meddlesome and loving all at the same time. And most people can relate to that.This is a really sweet movie, funny a lot of the time, sad occasionally, and quite unexpectedly good. Definitely worth going to <more>
There is so much in this movie that I have no idea about. I know nothing of Muslim culture and it was really fascinating to me. Utterly charming from beginning to end and not 'over tried' or too clichéd, yet some of the moments were laugh out loud ones for me, in fact quite a few. However, I did feel serious discomfort for the theme which can and does occur in any culture or family where children are a misconception in a parent's mind, no matter if they are loved and where pressure from what is considered 'done' can be overwhelming for young people, often at massive <more>
detriment. Luckily, this had a happy ending and from it all, this wonderful, well acted and very entertaining movie arose which I would most certainly recommend to every Australian and anyone who loves a good romance and lesson in how we are all the same.
I really enjoyed All's Wedding. It's funny, poignant and although it's about Arab and Muslim culture, it really transcends culture to illuminate truths about us all. I especially like that it pokes gentle fun at Arab culture but simultaneously pokes gentle fun at the stereotypes so many of us carry about immigrants, and especially Middle Eastern immigrants. This movie, aside from easily standing on its own two feet as entertainment, is timely and makes a contribution to our multicultural society, through understanding. Kudos to all involved.
Full of Heart (by abskgopi)
Such a random binge watch that turned out to be such a worthwhile viewing. Hits all the right notes of a rom-com and does so much more than just any other rom-coms. A really recommended light hearted flick!
Sweet movie, Romantic and intelligent, always nice to know true love wins in the end (by christner4682)
Saw this movie on Netflix and chose to watch it on a lazy Sunday Characters were very relatable and fell in love with the fathers teachable stories. Could relate to the expectation to conform for the main character , in a religious sense. Loved the lead character and felt he did a great job showing his struggle to please parents with their expectations and finding what he in his heart wanted to do. Even if his timing was bad and his execution was suspect. Loved that the lead female character smart strong woman, who had a mind of her own and not someone who is just going to go along with the <more>
program she had her own wants and needs and was not willing to sacrifice them to make a man happy or to make him fall for her- very refreshing If you are looking for a lighthearted romantic comedy try this movie! You will be happy you did.