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Imran Bukhari

Imran Bukhari

Review: Moonlight

A Modern Masterpiece

Review — Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Rogue One is a beautiful love letter to the Star Wars mythology

The Crown

The Crown falls just short of receiving the Royal Seal of Approval

TV Catch Up: The Night Of

The Night Of is a compelling study of the judicial system in post 9/11 New York

TV Binge: My Jihad

My Jihad shys away from stereotypes and subverts tired clichés about Islam, providing a more authentic and positive picture of everyday Muslims

Review: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Batman v Superman suffers from poor characterisation of its iconic heroes, and feels like a rushed attempt to set up the DC cinematic universe

Top 5: Directors DiCaprio should work with next

With the pressure of winning an Oscar lifted, here are some directors that he has yet to collaborate with, who could showcase a different side to the actor

Review: Creed

Director Ryan Coogler successfully sees the baton of the Rocky legacy passed down to the next generation with Creed

TV Binge: Fargo

This TV ‘adaptation’ of the Coen brothers’ classic movie, Fargo, is a black comedy gem that fully deserves its high acclaim

Review: Black Mass

Black Mass is a derivative and unexceptional gangster flick that is elevated by strong performances from Johnny Depp and Joel Edgerton

Top 5: Best Actor Oscar snubs

Highlighted here are our top five performances over the last five years. Shamefully, the Academy opted to not nominate any of the protagonists for Best Actor

Review: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Imran Bukhari reckons that this Sundance hit is a believable teen drama that successfully transcends many conventions of the genre

Classic Review: 12 Angry Men

Imran Bukhari is legally fond of 12 Angry Men

Why so Fanboy?

Imran Bukhari feels that The Dark Knight failed to get it right