Noman Ansari

IN MEMORIAM: BLACK PANTHER FOREVER

IN MEMORIAM: BLACK PANTHER FOREVER

In a country where African Americans suffer from police brutality and bitter racial inequality, Chadwick Boseman’s Black Panther Published 06 Sep, 2020 07:31am
CINEMASCOPE: GOING OVER THE EDGE

CINEMASCOPE: GOING OVER THE EDGE

Unhinged has a terrible script but it isn’t a complete waste of time, thanks only to the acting performances Published 30 Aug, 2020 10:16am
CINEMASCOPE: POWER PUNCH

CINEMASCOPE: POWER PUNCH

Project Power feels like it was taken out of the oven before it was fully cooked but is still worth watching for its unique take Published 23 Aug, 2020 08:40am
CINEMASCOPE: ZOOM PARANORMAL

CINEMASCOPE: ZOOM PARANORMAL

A shortish supernaturual feature set within Covid-19 times has excellent performances from an amateur cast and channels true dread Published 16 Aug, 2020 08:29am
CINEMASCOPE: KISS AND TELL

CINEMASCOPE: KISS AND TELL

Elle Evans is the saving grace of The Kissing Booth 2, which has a storyline so contrived, it might have been better off as a TV Published 09 Aug, 2020 07:41am
CINEMASCOPE: THE DANGERS OF RENTING

CINEMASCOPE: THE DANGERS OF RENTING

First-time director and experienced actor Dave Franco’s The Rental is an atmospheric film that ramps up the tension, at least for Published 31 Jul, 2020 08:40am
CINEMASCOPE: BITTERSWEET HONEY

CINEMASCOPE: BITTERSWEET HONEY

Writing a script based on one’s life, as Shia LaBeouf has done with Honey Boy, may seem self-indulgent. But many good works of art Published 26 Jul, 2020 08:08am
CINEMASCOPE: MIND OVER MATTER

CINEMASCOPE: MIND OVER MATTER

Relic finds the right balance between staying grounded and playing with our fears of ghosts Published 19 Jul, 2020 06:46am
CINEMASCOPE: THE WILL TO SUCCEED

CINEMASCOPE: THE WILL TO SUCCEED

If you like Will Ferrel’s brand of humour, Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga will have you chuckling regularly at Published 12 Jul, 2020 08:30am
CINEMASCOPE: TENDER IS THE KING

CINEMASCOPE: TENDER IS THE KING

The King of Staten Island is a typical Judd Apatow comedy-drama in that, despite a mediocre start and feeling too long, it is a Published 05 Jul, 2020 07:44am
CINEMASCOPE: BLOODY TEENAGERS

CINEMASCOPE: BLOODY TEENAGERS

If you are the sort of person who looks forward to Eidul Azha every year for the butchery and the sickening gore, then Published 28 Jun, 2020 06:56am
CINEMASCOPE: THE JAWS OF RACISM

CINEMASCOPE: THE JAWS OF RACISM

There’s Something in the Water is a flawed yet powerful documentary by Ellen Page and Ian Daniel. Published 24 Jun, 2020 12:14am
CINEMASCOPE: SIREN CALLS

CINEMASCOPE: SIREN CALLS

In The Lighthouse, Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe are powerhouses that deliver the sort of theatrics you can’t tear your eyes away from for a second Published 14 Jun, 2020 06:16am
CINEMASCOPE: PULP FICTION

CINEMASCOPE: PULP FICTION

The Polish crime thriller The Plagues of Breslau isn’t a perfect film. But it has enough entertainment for pulp crime fans to be a satisfying watch Published 07 Jun, 2020 06:55am
CINEMASCOPE: THE MAFIA AT HOME

CINEMASCOPE: THE MAFIA AT HOME

The Traitor is shot for Italian consumption, it doesn’t waste time explaining things it expects its audiences to already be familiar Published 01 Jun, 2020 11:32pm