Riz Ahmed

City of Tiny Lights review

This attempted throwback to the days of classic noir falls disappointingly flat, trading in suspense and mystery for cliches and predictability

Jason Bourne review

If you've seen the other Bourne films (well, the first three, especially the two directed by Paul Greengrass) then you know what to expect

Jason Bourne review

If you've seen the other Bourne films (well, the first three, especially the two directed by Paul Greengrass) then you know what to expect

Closed Circuit review

This contemporary British thriller begins with a bang. A bomb detonates at London's Borough Market maiming and killing many innocents.

The Reluctant Fundamentalist review

Flawed but ambitious, this arresting drama deserves a watch. It stars Ahmed as Changez Khan, a lecturer in Lahore, extolling anti-Western sentiments to his students, under suspicion of being involved...

Ill Manors review

Ill Manors is the directorial debut of Ben Drew aka musician Plan B. Like most successful singer/rappers turned directors Drew is likely to face suspicion that his film is a...

Trishna review

Pinto gives her best performance to date in Winterbottom's India-set drama. The versatile director has coaxed a very good turn from her that holds the narrative together in the most...

Black Gold review

Director Jean-Jacques Annaud has been knocking around for years, and his varied output always looks good and is confidently rendered.

Four Lions review (Blu-ray)

Oh boy, this is one of the blackest of black comedies, and it's bang up to the minute in addressing contemporary issues regarding multiculturalism and religious fundamentalism.

Centurion review (Blu-ray)

The history books are as full of myths and legends as they are of facts – particularly when it comes to the Roman Empire.