Bad Education: Film Review

One of the most anticipated films of the last few months dropped as per schedule on HBO and HBO carriers today in the form of Bad Education. The film tells the true story of the most extensive school district embezzlement in American History, orchestrated by the then superintendent named Frank Tassone. The film stars HughContinue reading “Bad Education: Film Review”

Extraction: Film Review

With the recent increase in demand for action warfare, which audiences are currently being deprived of on the big screen, Extraction was perfectly timed for its release. Directed by Sam Hargrave (stunt coordinator for the last 2 avengers films), written by Joe Russo (Co-director of Captain America: Civil War and the last two avengers films)Continue reading “Extraction: Film Review”

Hasmukh: Series Review

Yes! Vir Das is back on Netflix with ‘Hasmukh’ after his incredible special, ‘For India.’ With the increasing trend of the dark-comedy genre like ‘Parasite’ and ‘Stree,’ ‘Hasmukh’ too attempts to cement its place in this genre with an absolutely brilliant plot idea (delightful and diabolical to be precise): Hasmukh (Vir Das), a struggling stand-upContinue reading “Hasmukh: Series Review”

Pirates of the Caribbean: Franchise Review

One of the most iconic and highest-grossing film franchises of all time is none other than the Pirates of the Caribbean films. 5 films (at time of writing) follow Captain Jack Sparrow, immortalized by the ever-controversial Johnny Depp, on a series of swashbuckling, action-packed adventures over almost 15 years between the releases of The CurseContinue reading “Pirates of the Caribbean: Franchise Review”

Westworld: Series Review

One of the most talked-about shows of the last few years has been Westworld. Westworld is a futuristic, science fiction concept series about a not-so-distant future, where an amusement park allows the rich and wealthy to experience their deepest inhibitions and exhilarations in a synthetic wild-west world. Things go awry, however,  when the synthetic humanContinue reading “Westworld: Series Review”

Angrezi Medium: Film Review

Angrezi Medium is simply Irfan Khan and Deepak Dobriyal all the way through. Apart from their powerful performances, there isn’t much to complement about this comedy venture gone wrong. The movie revolves around Champak Bansal (Irrfan Khan), a single parent and Udaipur mithai shop owner, who is constantly confused about literally every important life-decision heContinue reading “Angrezi Medium: Film Review”

The Dragon Prince: TV Review

‘The Dragon Prince,’ created by Justin Richmond and Aaron Ehasz (Avatar: The Last Airbender), is another great entrant into Netflix’s fantasy arsenal. An epic tale of greed, power, hope and triumph with magical elves, enormous dragons, Kings and princes, political conflicts and an ancient enmity between the Humans and the magical creatures of Xadia, allContinue reading “The Dragon Prince: TV Review”

The Social Network: Film Review

A film that many are demanding a sequel to, given recent events, is 2010’s The Social Network. The film is an interpretation of the events surrounding the development of Facebook and its creator Mark Zuckerberg, notably, the circumstances which led to multiple lawsuits being levied against Mr. Zuckerberg for allegedly stealing the idea for theContinue reading “The Social Network: Film Review”

X-Men Dark Phoenix: Film Review

Understood as the final film of the long-running main X-Men timeline, X-Men: Dark Phoenix released last Summer (2019) to a relatively poor box office and critic rating. The film is set after X-Men: Apocalypse, at a time where mutants have been not only accepted as part of society, but hailed as superheroes by a gratefulContinue reading “X-Men Dark Phoenix: Film Review”