Noman Ansari

CINEMASCOPE: TOP GEAR

Brilliant multilayered performances by Matt Damon and Christian Bale help director James Mangold’s Ford v Ferrari soar Published Nov 24, 2019 07:08am

CINEMASCOPE: A CHEESIER PEARL HARBOUR

Director Roland Emmerich’s expensive Midway suffers from the same problems his previous blockbusters did: action at the Published Nov 17, 2019 07:59am

CINEMASCOPE: THE END OF TERMINATOR?

Despite some well-placed social commentary, nostalgic chemistry and fairly decent action, Terminator: Dark Fate comes Published Nov 10, 2019 07:43am

CINEMASCOPE: THE RETURN OF MALEFICENT

The visuals are spectacular but Angelina Jolie is criminally underused and the director of this sequel is not skillful Published Nov 03, 2019 08:06am

CINEMASCOPE: DISTURBING THE DEAD

Although the cast do their best to keep Zombieland: Double Tap engaging, the characterisation, dialogue and story are Published Oct 27, 2019 07:03am

CINEMASCOPE: DOUBLE TROUBLE

Despite commendable special effects and generally acceptable performances Ang Lee’s Gemini Man is let down by its script Published Oct 20, 2019 08:00am

CINEMASCOPE: NOT A JOKE

Todd Phillips’ incredibly atmospheric Joker has a bravura performance from its star Joaquin Phoenix but is marred by its Published Oct 13, 2019 07:41am

CINEMASCOPE: ROCKET MAN ODYSSEY

Starring Brad Pitt, Ad Astra’s masterful depiction of mankind’s haunting insignificance in the vastness of space is Published Sep 29, 2019 07:59am

CINEMASCOPE: MORE FUNNY THAN SCARY

It Chapter Two is simply not as good as the first film, but that’s because it hews too close to the original Stephen Published Sep 22, 2019 07:51am

CINEMASCOPE: BOYS WILL BE MEN

There’s more to Good Boys than its R-rated shock humour — underneath its racy exterior is a heartfelt film Published Sep 15, 2019 07:03am

CINEMASCOPE: A FILM THAT SHINES

Director Gurinder Chadha’s Blinded by the Light may resort to some cliches but features compelling characterisation Published Sep 08, 2019 07:56am

CINEMASCOPE: BUTLER DID IT AGAIN

The mediocre CGI isn’t the only problem with the action in Angel Has Fallen. Everything about the sequences is dull — Published Sep 01, 2019 09:03am

CINEMASCOPE: LATIN ADVENTURES

Dora and the Lost City of Gold stays true to its roots and is the best live-action film of Dora that they could have Published Aug 25, 2019 08:28am

CINEMASCOPE: TRUTH BE TOLD

Despite its seemingly sorrowful premise, The Farewell surprises and moves you with its consistently uplifting and Published Aug 18, 2019 07:15am

CINEMASCOPE: MATTER OVER MIND

If you can check your brain in at the door, Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw will show you a fun time Published Aug 11, 2019 07:38am

CINEMASCOPE: HOLLYWOOD REDUX

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a love letter from Quentin Tarantino to the golden era of film-making that was the ’60s Published Aug 04, 2019 07:08am

CINEMASCOPE: THE SUBDUED ROAR

Director Jon Favreau’s live-animation remake of The Lion King doesn’t roar, but only growls amusingly Published Jul 21, 2019 05:53am