TV

Boss Baby: Back in Business – A Non-Stop Blizzard of Goofiness

Just as we had managed to swim out of the drooling saliva, the fussy baby fights plus the heebie-jeebies inducing exploit of the adorable little characters of Boss Baby, the c...

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The Break with Michelle Wolf: The Hall of Laughter

Digital platforms have by now been dispensing their share of outrageous, funny and sometimes scary news bytes that skirt around a film of what looks like the bubble holding ou...

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Safe: In a Cloak-and-Dagger World

It’s all true and believable until you divert your attention away for a while; then all the ugly secrets come cascading down. The new Netflix drama sprouts on this idea ...

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The Rain: A Feral Post-Apocalyptic Dystopian Drama

In a first, streaming giant Netflix rolls out a Danish Original series that brings home the chills and thrills of a post-apocalyptic drama. To those who have always sought ref...

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13 Reasons Why: Of Polaroids, Phantoms and a Pending Verdict

The verdict is pending. Does Hannah get justice? Well, you have to see to come to know about it. The series that had come to become a critically acclaimed and commercially suc...

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Genius: Picasso – Stroke on the Surface, Fails to Strike Deep

Rarely could we ever surmise the depths or the true backstory that breathes within a masterpiece or a mastermind, be it a glance that hooked us or a thorough raving mad study ...

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Sweetbitter: The Taste of a Mirage

Sweet is what we always desire, well bitter is neither desired nor anticipated- author Stephanie Danler has decidedly captured this idea in her much-endeared book Sweetbitter ...

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Barry: Blended in Comedy and Conscience

The last podcast I heard gave me so much meaning to my life on a personal plane. Let’s chip away the redundant corners as to what the podcast was and sorts and focus on ...

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Killing Eve: Bone Chilling Thriller

Orchestrating a project with female protagonists in it is no unprecedented, unattained or some watermark matter anymore- however, the mark of an exceedingly good show lies in ...

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Lost in Space: A Strong Foothold in Infinity

Whether it’s through memes or scoops - Elon Musk’s car in space or his vision of a Mars colony until 2050 are somewhat of a stamp of definite optimism that has alr...

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The Good Story And The Bad Story

Vinta Nanda reflects on discussions surrounding the OTT guidelines announced by the gove...

February 27 2021

Playing corpse and killers

Khalid Mohamed has mixed feelings about the Mohanlal movie Drishyam 2, thumbs up three e...

February 26 2021

The apotheosis of the new wave: Jules et Jim

Godard’s Breathless and Truffaut’s Jules et Jim are the cornerstones of one ...

February 25 2021