When a film claims – not once but thrice, that it is not islamophobic, there is no way on earth that it isn’t. Similarly, when a film tries to shoe-horn time and again at how smart it is, chances are it is the stupidest thing out there. Jim Carroll’s “Black Easter” – supposedly edited from his own film “Assassin 33 A.D.” is a time-travel film disguised under the wraps of idiotic faith-based propaganda. Filled with smug characters and brainless anecdotes about time continuum and whatnot, “Black Easter” is a film made to help people know that the iDisciple App exists and you should probably download it.
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