Noman Ansari

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 Jul 12, 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 Jul 05, 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 Jun 28, 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 Jun 24, 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 Jun 14, 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 Jun 07, 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 Jun 01, 2020 11:32pm
CINEMASCOPE: FALL FROM GRACE

CINEMASCOPE: FALL FROM GRACE

Bad Education is a terrific watch even though its plot initially sounds like it may not be grounds for a great film

Published May 17, 2020 04:54am
CINEMASCOPE: SANDLER’S GEM

CINEMASCOPE: SANDLER’S GEM

With Uncut Gems, Adam Sandler proves that, in the right role, he can be far more than just a stupid puppy

Published Apr 26, 2020 06:04am
CINEMASCOPE: GAME ON

CINEMASCOPE: GAME ON

Ben Affleck delivers an authentic, intense, moving, and sometimes crushing performance in The Way Back that should earn

Published Apr 19, 2020 06:18am
CINEMASCOPE: A RETURN TO FORM

CINEMASCOPE: A RETURN TO FORM

The Gentlemen is unapologetically Guy Ritchie and can be crude, dark, violent and, occasionally, side-splittingly funny

Published Apr 12, 2020 07:06am
CINEMASCOPE: CRUEL LIBERALS

CINEMASCOPE: CRUEL LIBERALS

A heavy-handed conservative satire, The Hunt is mildly entertaining because of its action

Published Apr 05, 2020 06:26am
CINEMASCOPE: BETTER OFF DEAD

CINEMASCOPE: BETTER OFF DEAD

Bloodshot is a poor mishmash of classic action movies such as Terminator and Total Recall with little to add on top

Published Mar 22, 2020 06:49am
CINEMASCOPE: UNSEEN EVIL

CINEMASCOPE: UNSEEN EVIL

The Invisible Man is one of the must-watch psychological thrillers of the year so far

Published Mar 08, 2020 08:59am
CINEMASCOPE: JEWEL IN THE CROWN

CINEMASCOPE: JEWEL IN THE CROWN

Emma is as endearing, funny, and clever as it should be. It somehow feels like a new take on the novel while still

Published Mar 01, 2020 08:11am