BoJack Horseman — The Best and Funniest Show about Depression

Plot : Back in the nineties, BoJack Horseman (voiced by Will Arnett) was the star of a network sitcom called “Horsin’ Around,” a whacky “ Full House ” like series about a bachelor raising orphaned kids. Since then, he’s become a famous has-been, marinating in self-pity. BoJack lives in his Hollywood home with Todd (played by Aaron Paul), a friend of his. The show co-stars Alison … Continue reading BoJack Horseman — The Best and Funniest Show about Depression

Nerd’s Eye View : Windsor Castle, London

No trip to London could possibly be complete without a visit to amazing Windsor Castle, the family home to British kings and queens for over 1,000 years. The size of the Castle is breath taking, in fact it is the largest and oldest occupied Castle in the world and it’s where Her Majesty The Queen chooses to spend most of her private weekends. Look at … Continue reading Nerd’s Eye View : Windsor Castle, London

Movie Review : Baby Driver

Rating : ★★★★½ As CGI robots clanged into each other and superheroes saved the world in the last few years, here’s Edgar Wright to ask if you remember how movies used to thrill us with a turn of phrase, a squeal of a wheel, a diving plot twist. “Baby Driver” feels both influenced by the modern era of self-aware, pop-culture film making and charmingly old-fashioned … Continue reading Movie Review : Baby Driver

Black Mirror : The Most Defining Episodes

In case you had forgotten that we live in a technology-riddled wasteland almost certainly bound for doom, Black Mirror is here to remind you the same…!! When Black Mirror premiered six years ago on Channel 4 in the U.K., it landed with high acclaim and cult status. With its third and fourth seasons, produced by Netflix, the cult has burst out into the mainstream. British satirist Charlie Brooker and his array … Continue reading Black Mirror : The Most Defining Episodes

Pixar’s Masterclass : Ratatouille

Pixar deservedly has developed a reputation as being one of the best in the business when it comes to quality family entertainment. This is in large part because while their stories are inventive, off-the-wall high-concept affairs that strain credibility at times, they’re always grounded in real emotions that everyone, adult or children, connect to in profound and intense ways.

Aside from the usual suspects from the house of Pixar like Inside Out, Toy Story, Wall-E, Up , let’s start with one of the rather underrated movie, Ratatouille, which deserves the same level of reference and praise.

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In Ratatouille, it’s the story of a young French blue rodent named Remy, who is gifted with an extraordinary sense of smell and taste buds. He’s positively inspired by a TV cooking show with Chef Anton Gusteau, whose motto is “Anyone can cook!”. When fate places Remy in the sewers of Paris and beneath a restaurant made famous by his culinary hero, Remy’s passion for cooking soon sets into motion a hilarious and exciting rat race that turns the culinary world of Paris upside down.

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Nerd’s Eye View : Edinburgh, Scotland

Steeped with a rich vein of history, Edinburgh seamlessly blends old and new, providing with the perfect destination to experience the sights, sounds and tastes of a diverse and vibrant city.  From the Old Town’s picturesque jumble of medieval tenements piled high along the Royal Mile, its turreted skyline strung between the black, bull-nosed Castle Rock to the New Town’s neat grid of neoclassical respectability, the … Continue reading Nerd’s Eye View : Edinburgh, Scotland

Can any team really defend in modern football ?

Juventus, top of Serie A, having kept clean sheets in 21 of their previous 25 games, exposed horribly in defense by Real Madrid in QF, letting in three. And yet on Roma, third in Serie A, 21 points behind Juve, hammered Barcelona, who remain unbeaten in La Liga and stand 15 points clear of fourth-placed Real Madrid.

Can’t be just a one-off fluke in a cup competition, or just a coincidence ?

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