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Musanna Ahmed

Musanna Ahmed
Musanna Ahmed's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Film Inquiry

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
100% Los Reyes (2018) For me, Los Reyes is a subtle, mesmerising portrait of the relationship Futbol and Chola have with one another, and how their residency at Los Reyes has shaped their lives. ‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2019
No Score Yet HI, A.I. (2019) It's refreshing to see a movie about the nice side of robots. Isa Willinger eschews dark implications about their capacities and sees them as a positive force, presenting her feature with the sub-heading Love Stories From the Future.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2019
No Score Yet Border South (2019) Border South is all about putting a human face to the South American migrant, an important action at this critical time. ‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2019
No Score Yet Tiny Souls (2019) Just based on intention alone, it feels impossible and even somewhat irresponsible to critique Tiny Souls but fortunately the execution is rather wonderful.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2019
100% Romantic Comedy (2019) Elizabeth Sankey provides an intelligent and riveting commentary on the history of American rom-coms in the aptly titled Romantic Comedy, a piercing analysis of the genre's codes and conventions and how they've evolved over the past century.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2019
89% Article 15 (2019) Article 15 is an arresting crime thriller that provides a sharp criticism of an ancient social system and its dangerous embedment within modern India.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jul 9, 2019
25% Kabir Singh (2019) Kabir Singh is an ugly, unforgivable ode to misogyny that reinforces every argument surrounding toxic masculinity, featuring a horrendous, self-sabotaging protagonist who doesn't deserve your pity or your time.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jul 9, 2019
55% Game Over (2019) Game Over scores points for daring to be different from the average mainstream Indian thriller but overall it isn't worth playing.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jul 9, 2019
29% Bharat (2019) Despite the solid base in remaking Ode to My Father, Bharat turns out to be a very middling experience, undercutting genuine emotion and tension with cheap humour and overdrawn sequences. ‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jul 9, 2019
92% The Amazing Johnathan Documentary (2019) The Amazing Johnathan Documentary is ingeniously constructed, a hilarious thrill ride and the underdog story of the year.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jun 19, 2019
100% Mike Wallace Is Here (2019) Avi Belkin's film about the legendary news correspondent, Mike Wallace Is Here, is both marvellous drama and good journalism.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jun 19, 2019
No Score Yet A Dog Called Money (2019) A Dog Called Money certainly does look and play different to the average behind-the-scenes music doc but not for any discernible, compelling reason.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jun 19, 2019
No Score Yet On the President's Orders (2019) On the President's Orders is the disturbing observational documentary we've needed about the Philippines drug war, made with finesse and astonishing access.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jun 19, 2019
100% Midnight Family (2019) Midnight Family is outstanding alone for being one of the most remarkably filmed documentaries of the decade. ‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jun 19, 2019
100% Midnight Traveler (2019) Midnight Traveler marries the beautiful and the terrible, presenting a raw, poignant and eye-opening depiction of the refugee experience and succeeding as an incredibly canny achievement of filmmaking.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jun 14, 2019
100% For Sama (2019) For Sama is undoubtedly difficult to watch, but you cannot close your eyes when watching such an urgent film. An endlessly powerful and absolutely essential work, it's a must-see when it is released this autumn.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jun 14, 2019
100% Don't Be a Dick About It (2018) Full of heart and crowd-pleasing joy, Don't Be A Dick About It is a beautiful portrait of family and brotherhood with an infinitely lovable pair at the centre in Peter and Matthew Mullins. ‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jun 14, 2019
100% Seahorse (2019) Seahorse isn't just about giving birth, it's also about the fear of body dysphoria, how the effects of testosterone can change everything, and being situated within a family with mixed feelings to your personal circumstances. Devastating and uplifting.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jun 14, 2019
94% One Child Nation (2019) The word important and all its synonyms are overused when describing any film with social and political themes but One Child Nation truly merits all the adjectives.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jun 14, 2019
85% Diego Maradona (2019) Diego Maradona is not only a top-drawer treat for football fans but for anyone interested in strong character study, particularly of the brilliant Kapadia kind demonstrated in Senna and Amy.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jun 14, 2019
0% PM Narendra Modi (2019) The ridiculously short production and post-production period is unfortunately transparent in the shoddy end result.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jun 10, 2019
25% De De Pyaar De (2019) Is that enough to override the problems of the movie, that I was fairly amused? Ultimately, I wouldn't say so.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jun 10, 2019
7% Student of the Year 2 (2019) This sequel removes the unique timeline and narrative aspects for a dire, diluted, derivative teen drama that makes you question how anybody on the production team agreed to have this on their resume. ‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jun 10, 2019
No Score Yet Dark Suns (Soleils noirs) (2019) Dark Suns is utterly vital and haunting, chronicling a staggering history of crime and injustice that needs urgent attention from any higher-up with a conscience. It's often difficult to stomach, but these stories need to be told.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jun 5, 2019
100% Nomad: In the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin (2019) Stylistically, it is fairly standard Herzog, but that standard is higher than most filmmakers' efforts anyway. ‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted May 28, 2019
38% Kalank (2019) It's uneven but enjoyable, and you'll decide if you'll like within the first 20 minutes.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted May 8, 2019
17% Romeo Akbar Walter (2019) There are good movies that could be made about the Indo-Pak war, but Romeo Akbar Walter isn't one of them. ‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted May 8, 2019
100% Roll Red Roll (2019) Roll Red Roll is a vital true-crime thriller for the digital age that matter-of-factly evidences the chilling complicity in the Steubenville rape case.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Apr 5, 2019
44% Junglee (2019) If the prospect of a rugged action hero knocking out goons with style doesn't appeal to you, there's hardly a reason to see Junglee.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Apr 4, 2019
31% Kesari (2019) Overall, the splendidly saffron-tinted visuals and a few spectacular stretches can't compensate for Kesari's shockingly ludicrous finale and too much dilly-dally.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Apr 4, 2019
57% Badla (2019) Badla is a return to form for the acclaimed director of Kahaani who delivers another arresting mystery thriller involving missing bodies and murder.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Apr 4, 2019
33% Luka Chuppi (2019) Luka Chuppi is a sexless romp that's inconsistent on which audience it's serving.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Apr 4, 2019
75% Sonchiriya (2019) Abhishek Chaubey's gritty, gripping Dacoit Western in the Chambal valley is an instant classic, one of the very best movies of its kind.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Apr 4, 2019
83% The Brink (2019) Should you be curious, you'll be rewarded with a well-constructed documentary that offers a lucid view of how the Breitbart founder thinks and operates. ‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Mar 26, 2019
92% The Feeling of Being Watched (2018) Ethnic and religious prejudices within the FBI aren't gone by the end of The Feeling of Being Watched, but it's heartening to know that there's people like Assia Boundaoui and Bridgeview's supportive community tackling it on the frontlines.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Mar 19, 2019
No Score Yet Bellingcat - Truth in a Post-Truth World (2018) Bellingcat: Truth in a Post-Truth World looks at genuine fake news and truths in a post-truth world by profiling the great home of online investigations.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Mar 19, 2019
93% The Cleaners (2018) The moral and political debates around digital cleaning from a unique empirical perspective are what make the brilliantly assembled The Cleaners so compelling.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Mar 19, 2019
100% Gully Boy (2019) The brilliant Zoya Akhtar, who, after directing the wonderful Luck By Chance, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, and Dil Dhadakne Do, again demonstrates a knack for depicting the facets of love, life and ambition with her energetic and purposeful new picture.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Feb 21, 2019
No Score Yet Fire on the Hill (2018) Fire on the Hill disrupts our understanding of the area with an eye-opening look at an intriguing, underrepresented part of the city - the Compton Cowboys.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Feb 12, 2019
84% The Quake (Skjelvet) (2018) Following up the blockbuster hit that was The Wave, The Quake repeats a lot of the same beats assuming it'll be another sure-fire success but ultimately suffers from a mild case of sequelitis. ‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Feb 2, 2019
94% The American Meme (2018) The American Meme is a fascinating close-up on the lives of memes and the confounding value they have in the digital world.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Dec 14, 2018
96% On Her Shoulders (2018) The activist's life in the West has largely been seen through a particularly voyeuristic side of the press and On Her Shoulders gives her a platform to tell us who and what is really important - we need to listen.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Nov 15, 2018
95% Shadow (2019) It's a marvel to see auteur Zhang Yimou return with another wuxia epic, over a decade after his last, and approach it in a dazzlingly different way.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Nov 5, 2018
89% A Private War (2018) A sturdy character study.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Nov 5, 2018
100% They Shall Not Grow Old (2019) They Shall Not Grow Old is a major monument for our memory of the British soldiers who fought in WW1 and an enormous step forward in depicting history through cinema.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Nov 1, 2018
89% Bodied (2018) Hilarious, formally impeccable and necessarily provocative, Bodied may well be the greatest hip-hop movie ever made.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Nov 1, 2018
94% Bisbee '17 (2018) Bisbee '17 is fascinating because it represents a leap forward in the perfection of the filmmaker's style.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Oct 16, 2018
74% Papi Chulo (2019) Despite straightening into a character study of a rich, famous white guy dealing with loneliness and a fractured state of mind, Papi Chulo is involving largely because of Bomer's lived-in performance.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Oct 8, 2018
100% The Silence of Others (2019) The Silence of Others must be seen on the big screen where we can appreciate its beautiful imagery and sound, and give our complete concentration to its momentous story about a country that should not forget its history.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Sep 24, 2018
80% The Festival (2018) The Festival can't get out of the shadow of The Inbetweeners, but it's well worth a watch for all fans of the series.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Aug 28, 2018