I eventually got around to watching a movie during the lockdown. Till now I've limited myself to watching series which have episodes so I can take a break in between and not feel like I'm going to miss out on an ongoing thread. I've started watching Modern Family from the beginning and usually watch while... Continue Reading →
Music. Pretty much of all types but I have particular songs earmarked for particular situations or moods rather. There's a specific song for decompressing. The main reason this song became the anthem for situations where the walls seem to be closing in is because of its lyrics. It's beyond ridiculous. Utterly ludicrous. And that's the... Continue Reading →
Red reads "interesting" things. He reads fiction, non-fiction and plenty of things that 'thinking' people seek out. Am far more pedestrian and I think I know the answer to that as well...let me just pull up my virtual couch as I hark back to my childhood for the insight. When I was in 5th grade,... Continue Reading →
Will Sawyer is no John Maclane. And Skycraper is no Die Hard. But be as that may, it has the potential to be an entertaining movie despite having to live up to the rep of movies of the same ilk having scored BIG at the box office and becoming cult classics. There are mainly 3... Continue Reading →
A chance encounter with an 80's movie gets me laughing and nostalgic and being thoroughly entertained.
It's good to watch movies. Good or bad. Gives one an idea about the kind of things film makers are thinking about and if they do have the pulse of their audience. With Rustom they succeeded in breaking out of the run-of-the-mill Bollywood masala grist and yet failed to craft a taut film that makes... Continue Reading →