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June 2017

The Mummy is a mummified, boring mess of a film

By: Muneeb Arshid

“I don’t know what I’m doing” – A line uttered by Tom Cruise in this film. Yes, that same Tom Cruise who is the star of The Mummy. It was at this point where I sat there and acknowledged that even Tom Cruise was having trouble understanding why he was in this film in the first place. That is exactly how bad this film is, with very few redeeming features.

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I, Daniel Blake is a humanizing film in a world of excessive bureaucracy. 

By: Muneeb Arshid

The great Ken Loach has always made films that are inherently political in nature and tend to sway audiences to either agree or disagree vehemently with his views. However, his latest endeavour ensures that many more people will be on the “agree with spectrum” finding this story more relevant to a larger audience. This is, of course, Loach’s Palme d’Or winning film I, Daniel Blake

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