See that word in the title? Yeah. That one. It means something. “What does it mean, Oh Handsome Writer?” You say. Well, hypothetical reader, thank you, and that word means awesome, which is the show in a word. Rick and Morty, created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon is an animated sci-fi comedy focused on the shenanigans that a genius and his not so bright … Continue reading Rick and Morty: The schwiftiest show that is currently on air.
Summer vacations are an amazing time for self-reflection. Summers are also a great time to catch up with the shows. Then there are these rare occasions when a show drags you into a prolonged state of contemplation, which is also great in summer, because there are no repercussions and time is your bitch. So when I was done watching South Park Season 19, I knew … Continue reading A Slap In The Back
We’ve all heard it’s the best movie ever and that it has some of the greatest acting performances in history. So I saw the movie just to check it out. Like all great movies, it’s not just what’s at the surface that makes the movie great, but one must analyse deep. Sure, the ending was a wonderful one and the acting was terrific, but what … Continue reading What You Need To Know Before You Watch (Or Judge) The Godfather
Welcome to the world of non-cliché movies. What exactly makes a movie non-cliché, you ask? It’s all about making a very small aspect of a film special. For example, the story itself. Take any of Christopher Nolan’s movies and you’ll be awed by the story. You would’ve never seen such a tale before (except the remakes, of course). Nolan takes sci-fi fantasies to such a … Continue reading Dear Movies – Please Get a Room
Comic books are ideal source material for adaptation to TV. Having been around for a very long time, they are a deep treasure trove of stories, which means that adapters have a lot of choice in what they do. At the time of writing this article, the comic book TV shows that have aired at least a season are Arrow, The Flash, Gotham, Daredevil, Constantine, iZombie … Continue reading Comic Books in Television