Dirty Wars: Decent expose of War on Terror but self promoting and outdated

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I've been hearing so many people wax lyrical about Jeremy Scahill's Dirty Wars that I thought I'd better watch it. And frankly when I...

Film review: Waar – Terrorism, terrorists and more terror

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I was counting down the days in anticipation of the biggest blockbuster movie in Lollywood’s history, writes Dilly Hussain. For those of you who are...

Book Review: Mike Tyson’s Undisputed Truth

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Mike Tyson's brutally honest autobiography - Undisputed Truth - is one of the best sporting biographies that you will probably ever read, writes Roshan...

Tommy met Mo – The usual suspects on Oscar winning form

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Rageh Omaar: Ottomania and the continuing conceits of Empire

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BBC and Rageh Omaar: Partners in historical propaganda

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Rageh Omaar’s The Ottomans: Fairly positive with some tired stereotypes

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Citizen Khan is a mockery of Islam and Muslims

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King of the Sands: If this isn’t the worst film ever it’s damn close

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I haven’t been to the cinema in years and to be honest I’ll probably never go again after watching King of the Sands, the...

Film review: The Conjuring – Satan makes Hollywood money again

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After watching The Conjuring, Dilly Hussain writes how Hollywood has profited billions of dollars by glamourising religious exorcism over the years. Since The Exorcist (1973)...