Iqbal Ahmed’sThe Answer  to Engaging Action and Science Fiction

Iqbal Ahmed’s The Answer Film Details Iqbal Ahmed The Answer

Director: Iqbal Ahmed

Writer:  Iqbal Ahmed

Release Date: 2017

Release Format: TBD

MPAA Rating:  N/A

Genre: Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller 

Running Time: 1h 23min


After being attacked, an introverted young man must follow clues left by his dead parents in order to figure out who is after him – and who he really is.


One of the best asset on The Answer lies the realm of cinematography. The visuals were an impressive mélange of special effects and film. It is pleasing to see a complementing union between the two visual components. The special effects were casual in the presentation. Its inclusion aided and did not hinder scenes.

The Answer presents scenes tailored toward a thrilling and captivating movie experience. The composition Iqbal Ahmed employs in his shots aid in telling a compelling story. Each camera angle is strategic and provides an important contribution to story and production.

For instance, in ACT I, a shot of an office setting is far from standard. The display finds protagonist Bridd Cole solving his co-worker’s assignment. This subtle introduction heightens mystery and interest surrounding the mild-mannered character. Iqbal Ahmed The Answer

Another contributing factor to the production lies with the cast. Stand out performances are actor Austin Hébert and Alexis Carra. Hébert and Carra portray the central characters on the run from villainous entities. Their roles are reminiscent to the female/male dynamic prevalent in eighties action films. The Answer also presents an intriguing role portrayed by actor David S. Lee. Lee’s dialogue has limited dialogue but it is his presence that defines the character.

The cast portrayed fine on screen chemistry. Absent were the nuances of amateurish acting. The Answer delivers an entertaining formula of Action, Sci-Fi, and Thriller elements. Iqbal Ahmed The Answer


The Answer offers a fresh perspective with its science fiction premise. Yet, audiences will be introduced to familiar concepts. The narrative Director, writer Iqbal Ahmed presents is a well acquainted one.

Delivered in The Answer are a slate of predictable sequences. The set of characters is typical in design. In fact, the villain lacked suitable backstory audiences can engage with. The villain presented in The Answer is vague and lacks depth.

The Answer parallels choreographed blueprints from fugitive-themed films. Roy Huggins‘ television series seems to be a central influence for The Answer. 

The script for Ahmed constructed for The Answer is entertaining. Yet, plot holes are abounding throughout the feature. Negated are facts and logic, sacrifices for the entertainment factor and value. Iqbal Ahmed The Answer

In conclusion:

The Answer is a solid production fusing modern science fiction elements with Action Thriller. Solid performances raise the production to a high level of production quality. Computer generated effects compliment the presentation.

The narrative lacks original interpretation of fugitive-themed narratives. Story components and thorough development for the antagonist are lacking and/or incomplete.

The Answer, despite certain flaws, is an exceptional presentation that will engage audiences.

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90 %
90 %
Originality / Redefining
70 %
70 %
Practical Effects
50 %
Scare Factor
5 %
Special Effects
80 %
Viewing Experience
80 %
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Ken Artuz is Co-Owner of Meca Ex Studios LLC. Artuz is a New York City Based Photographer with proficiency in Photoshop. His digital artwork was featured in exhibitions SOHO, NYC, twice. Artuz is a graduate of The Institute of Audio Research where he earned his degree in Audio Engineering and Record Production. He also earned certification in Television Production and Field Recording at Lehman College. For Horror Artuz Favors French Extremism and Indie productions. He is a novelist, and screenwriter listens to EBM, Industrial & Witch house and is an avid MMA sports fan. Ken Artuz will create a media empire built on the DecayMag Brand.


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