Enola Holmes 2 Movie Review

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There is something about the world created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. It has always fascinated me for many reasons, but the biggest reason would be how deep-rooted the characters and narrative are to reality. The power of his writing is such that it stays relevant even when creators play around with it. It has been modernised, has had changes to the geography/physical setting and even had the gender of main characters flipped. As long as the core remained intact, all of it came together beautifully. ... 

Jugjug Jeeyo Movie Review

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Nothing pathbreaking here which was not surprising. I went in to have a good time but that was delivered in very small doses, and rather sporadically. There isn’t much happening to keep you invested and there is no deep dive into the characters. Whatever is shown is from a consistent level of depth, occasionally surfacing from the shallow to crack some jokes. ... 

The Tender Bar

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The Tender Bar is unpretentious and warm. This coming-of-age drama (based on the memoir of JR Moehringer) may not be devoid of cliché, but what makes it worth watching is Ben Affleck’s performance. ... 

Gullak Season 1 & 2 Review

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It is both fortunate and unfortunate that there has been an exponential rise in content. Not too long ago, when there was no Indian content other than the sappy Balaji Telefilm shows, we used to hunt for torrents of our favorite shows from the U.S. That changed dramatically with Netflix coming to India. Others followed suit so as to not miss the bus. Today, with so many platforms and so much content, the problem has only changed shape. We are surrounded by content, but finding what's right for you is a big challenge. To be fair, this is a good problem to have. I would rather have too many choices rather than no choice at all.  ...