The movie revolves around the problem of an important principle that has been missing from the minds and hearts of many Egyptian youth nowadays, that is loyalty to the motherland. The movie... See full summary »
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Karim Abdel Aziz
I've always watched the Egyptian movies every summer, they were nice, but never good, until Mafia was out, a movie that has shaken Egypt and it was like a breeze of hope to finally have great cinema of our own, the net year it was Tito, which came out to be far better than Mafia I was thinking that Sakka would never beat Tito and that Tito was his top, I was absolutely wrong, this movie is far better than some of Hollywood's high budget movies of the same genre, i'm sure that if Americans themselves watched that movie they would just raise 2 thumbs up, this summer we had 2 great movies, Mallaki Iskandariya (Private Alexandria) and Harb Atalia (War of Atalia) it's not Italia (Italy), these movies assure that the Egyptian cinema is coming back and it's fully loaded, the only thing that ruined my summer was that stupid Bo7a (Boha) i was this Mohamed Saad stops before I kill him
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