Review : Love, Death and Robots

★★★★ A sprawling anthology of 18 animated shorts with run-time at an average of just 12 minutes, lashed together by a prominent David Fincher producing credit, this pic’n’mix show is short, satisfyingly wicked and self-consciously NSFW.. !! The binge-worthy title features 18 shorts, each with their own signature animation, storytelling style, and varying levels of... Continue Reading →

How Game of Thrones caved-in to the Norms of Television

There’s no one explanation for how Game of Thrones became a culture-spanning phenomenon. Slipping into the microscopic gap between the Golden Age of Television and the binge-watch era, HBO’s fantasy epic earned an investment of resources from its network that would have been unthinkable previously for such a budget-conscious medium and managed to bind together a diverse group... Continue Reading →

Pixar’s Masterclass : Inside Out

★★★★★ Continuing in the series of Pixar's Masterclass, this time we're looking at a movie that dares to explore existential crises, a movie that's aimed at the whole family, and as always, all of this via an animated medium !! It's okay to be sad. The greatest lesson given by Pixar ever ... Over the... Continue Reading →

Movie Review : The Truman Show

★★★★★ It's a cautionary tale about the invasive, corrupting nature of a society that believes it has the right to watch everything. And as we all know, it's a point that gets more prescient as we edge into the second millennium. With reality shows defining millennial TV and communications technology advancing with increasing rapidity, a... Continue Reading →

Raheem Sterling and The New-Age Fan Engagement

Sterling took to Instagram to express his concern about the vastly different treatment that white and black players receive from certain sections of the British media. Sterling drew a connection between the negative coverage that black players constantly receive and their treatment by the public.

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