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Noman Ansari

CINEMASCOPE: AT THE TOP OF HIS GAME

CINEMASCOPE: AT THE TOP OF HIS GAME

Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma, which won three Oscars two weeks ago, is available to see on Netflix but its gorgeous Published Mar 10, 2019 09:48am
CINEMASCOPE: RUNNING OUT OF AMMUNITION

CINEMASCOPE: RUNNING OUT OF AMMUNITION

Despite black comedy adding quirk to its brutal action and lovely cinematography, Liam Neeson’s Cold Pursuit isn’t... Published Feb 24, 2019 07:20am
CINEMASCOPE: TARGETED MISS

CINEMASCOPE: TARGETED MISS

Gina Rodriguez is a fine actor but her versatility is lost on an unnecessary and clichéd Hollywood remake Published Feb 10, 2019 08:32am
CINEMASCOPE: A TANGLED MESS

CINEMASCOPE: A TANGLED MESS

The mindless thriller Serenity could have been mind-blowing in the hands of a more competent director than Steven Knight Published Feb 03, 2019 07:04am
CINEMASCOPE: CONTROL AND COMMAND

CINEMASCOPE: CONTROL AND COMMAND

The cleverest aspect of Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is how it breaks the fourth wall between the viewer and the Published Jan 27, 2019 08:16am
CINEMASCOPE: EYES WIDE SHUT

CINEMASCOPE: EYES WIDE SHUT

Although The Mule isn’t as charming, engaging, funny or as clever as some of Clint Eastwood’s earlier films, it does Published Jan 20, 2019 08:58am
CINEMASCOPE: SEE NO EVIL

CINEMASCOPE: SEE NO EVIL

Bird Box is an allegory of a reality for many parents on this planet, with the rest too blind to see it Published Jan 13, 2019 07:23am
CINEMASCOPE: A CONFUSION OF TONE

CINEMASCOPE: A CONFUSION OF TONE

Is Vice a biopic of former US Vice-President Dick Cheney, a satire or a spoof? Director Adam McKay can’t seem to make up Published Jan 06, 2019 06:33am
CINEMASCOPE: WEBSLINGER NIRVANA

CINEMASCOPE: WEBSLINGER NIRVANA

Along with gorgeous animation, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse gives us not one but multiple wonderfully characterised Published Dec 23, 2018 08:10am
CINEMASCOPE: ‘WE SHALL OVERCOME’

CINEMASCOPE: ‘WE SHALL OVERCOME’

Green Book has an important message about racism to deliver in these ugly times, even if its storytelling is a bit heavy Published Dec 16, 2018 07:24am
CINEMASCOPE: FAMILY MATTERS

CINEMASCOPE: FAMILY MATTERS

Instant Family has an air of credibility and this comes from the fact that director Sean Anders’ screenplay is based on Published Dec 09, 2018 07:06am
CINEMASCOPE: SINS OF THE FATHERS

CINEMASCOPE: SINS OF THE FATHERS

A plot involving boxers fighting in the ring whose own fathers faced off resulting in the death of one decades ago Published Dec 02, 2018 07:28am
CINEMASCOPE: MISSING THE MAGIC

CINEMASCOPE: MISSING THE MAGIC

The Crimes of Grindelwald casts a yawning spell and a hex of frustration on the audience, showing that J.K. Rowling is Published Nov 25, 2018 07:04am
CINEMASCOPE: UNABLE TO BREAK FREE

CINEMASCOPE: UNABLE TO BREAK FREE

Bohemian Rhapsody is entertaining thanks mainly to a powerhouse lead performance but is not the quality biopic the Published Nov 18, 2018 08:33am