A sprawling anthology of 18 animated shorts that run at an average of just 12 minutes, lashed together by a prominent David Fincher producing credit, this pic’n’mix show is short, … Continue Reading Review : Love, Death and Robots
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 … Continue Reading How Game of Thrones caved-in to the Norms of Television
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 … Continue Reading Pixar’s Masterclass : Inside Out
Whenever we see Redditors sweating out elaborate theories about our favorite TV shows now-a-days, it’s because of Lost. Whenever we see deep-dive online recaps, it’s because of Lost. Networks preferring … Continue Reading Lost – The Show That Changed TV Forever
It is still a keen area of debate whether Animal Farm remains relevant for readers of this generation, and I certainly believe it is. After reading the book, I found … Continue Reading Book Review : Animal Farm by George Orwell
About the Book My Rating : 4.5 / 5 Plot : A first-hand memoir of a young boy and his experiences and struggles as a drug addict. He narrates his … Continue Reading Book Review : ‘I was a Drug Addict’ by Ravindra Singh
★★★★¼ It’s a really honest portrayal of drugs and is surely one of the finest “drug” movie out there. There’s a joyous feeling coupled with despair that really pervades that film … Continue Reading Movie Review : Trainspotting
Yes, I’ll continue watching, creepily-looking Mr. Michael Scott.. Yes, I’ll !! An irreverent mockumentary sitcom about daily life at a paper company run by a obtuse but well-meaning boss. Sounds … Continue Reading What makes ‘The Office’ so re-watchable ?