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Musanna Ahmed a 22 year old cinephile and writer from the UK. Musanna was part of the OTOXO Productions team who made Borders and Promises. His taste in film knows no boundaries.

JOURNEY'S END: A Hard-Hitting Tribute To Heroes

Powered by memorable performances and Saul Dibb’s sobering deconstruction of the individuals who fought for their country, the engrossing Journey's End is a hard-nosed,

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PADMAAVAT: An Epic Letdown

Padmaavat is a misguided attempt by director Sanjay Leela Bhansali proving that you can get struck by lightning if you try to capture it

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SHEIKH JACKSON: Imam In The Mirror

The arresting visuals at their most peculiar would be the biggest reason to recommend Sheikh Jackson, but it's worth watching as a good coming-of-age story with a nuanced depiction

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BETTER WATCH OUT: Jingle Hell

Though occasionally unsurprising, Better Watch out is a strong alternative to the regular holiday viewing because of the nasty genre thrills it delivers whilst

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THE BREADWINNER: Beautiful, Inspiring, Important

The Breadwinner's captivating aesthetic, heroic protagonist, moments of levity and weighty themes aid in drawing in youngsters and teaching them about the hardships faced

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QARIB QARIB SINGLLE: Lovely Pair-Up of Old and New

Qarib Qarib Singlle is perfect thanks to the undemanding running time, whimsical characters, and fresh elements to a classic formula.

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"The Leadership Is As Corrupt As They Come": An Interview With WHAT HAPPENED IN VEGAS Director Ramsey Denison

Musanna Ahmed spoke with Ramsey Denison, director of documentary WHAT HAPPENED IN VEGAS, about police corruption and filmmaking.

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A BAD MOMS CHRISTMAS: Wilder But Inferior Sequel

A Bad Moms Christmas is mediocre after the original film, with stale jokes that lift the film away from reality and biting satire.

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NOVITIATE: Melissa Leo's Bid For A Second Oscar

The deliberate pace can test your patience but the depth and ambition of this original debut are enough to make Novitiate worth a watch.

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THE RITUAL: Intrigue Gets Lost In The Woods

The ensemble may be the only thing of interest in The Ritual, which is otherwise riddled with clichés and saddled with an uninspired story.

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