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90th Oscars – Best Animated Feature

For the 90th Oscar race, 5 features have made it to the Best Animated Feature award nominations. This year, there are several obvious frontrunners. Never count out Pixar, which has Coco, a vibrant tale of an aspiring musician with a beat of… Continue Reading →

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Celebrating Homosexuality: Call Me By Your Name

“Call me by your name and I’ll call you by mine.” Call Me By Your Name is a coming-of-age tale about young love and is an adaptation of André Aciman’s 2007 novel. Departing from other movies with a similar backdrop,… Continue Reading →

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Five Languages, Five Masterpieces

From a list of about 92 submissions for the Foreign Language Category, it was a challenging task for the Academy to finally cut it down to these five spectacular movies: On Body and Soul, Loveless, A Fantastic Woman, The Square, The Insult…. Continue Reading →

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‘Dunkirk’: Tale of a Strident Rescue

With a resolution capable of dilating pupils, thanks to the visual dexterity contained, director Christopher Nolan returns to show his craft and genius as a filmmaker. For the first time, he weaves a story based on true facts in Dunkirk. The filmmaker enters… Continue Reading →

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‘Get Out’- A Social Thriller

One of those rare movies released with an intention to stir things up in the mainstream Hollywood cinema― Get Out. Directed by Jordan Peele, the movie Get Out is a suspense thriller featuring interracial leads― Daniel Kaluuya as Chris Washington, an African-American… Continue Reading →

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‘Phantom Thread’: Silk, Secrets and Love

Phantom Thread is a brilliant portrayal of a passionate love story where too much involvement in one’s personal space deprives peace in the relationship. Paul Thomas Anderson, the director, drops viewers straight into the world of Reynolds Woodcock, an extremely… Continue Reading →

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‘Darkest Hour’ Review

Winston Churchill travels the streets of London at a time that is bright for him, and painful for the country. He is about to become Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in the midst of a war with Nazis that threaten the… Continue Reading →

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HYDERABADI BIRYANI

Last summer, my elder sister was offered an internship by a company which had an office outside Hyderabad. As it was my summer break, I thought I could meet her for a week there. I was totally new to the… Continue Reading →

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KARMA-We serve what you deserve

If you are that person who likes to enjoy their food whilst enjoying a great rooftop view, then Karma is the place for you. In this city, with lounges popping up one after the other, it becomes tough to stand… Continue Reading →

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Kokkoku- A Review

Kokkoku, meaning “Moment by moment” in Japanese, is considered one of the most engaging anime series in horror-drama-mystery genre which started this January, by most of us anime enthusiasts. The story casually starts when a 22 year old girl Juri… Continue Reading →

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Controversy-the film’s PR!

If God had hired an architect to design India, it would have been Sanjay Leela Bhansali. I was waiting for Padmaavat with bated breath because I really look forward to Bhansali films. The reasons are umpteen – extravagant and mammoth… Continue Reading →

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A Sarcastic Recipe

Let’s bake, let’s accomplish! If you have successfully not accomplished your to-do list of 2017 and have still planned to bake a cake, you are my best friend. It’s not just any cake, its a cake made out of sheer… Continue Reading →

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Black Mirror – The USS CALLISTER

The best year-end gift came in the form of the fourth season of the hit anthology series, Black Mirror. Now, for those who haven’t ever heard of this show, here’s what Wikipedia has to say about it: “It centers on… Continue Reading →

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The Crown Season 2: A review

The much awaited season 2 of The Crown, the biographical story of Queen Elizabeth II, was released on the 8th of December 2017. The last episode of the first season saw Elizabeth in hardships due to personal and professional crises…. Continue Reading →

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‘Turtles all the way down’ book review

Ever thought about the millions of bacteria breeding in your mouth? Ever thought about sanitizing it? Well, Aza Holmes seems to have found a way out- drinking hand sanitizer…. “You are as real as anyone, and your doubts make you… Continue Reading →

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Name of the wind: A Review

Author: Patrick Rothfuss Genre: Heroic Fantasy, Fiction “My name is Kvothe. I have stolen princesses back from sleeping barrow kings. I burned down the town of Trebon. I have spent the night with Felurian and left with both my sanity… Continue Reading →

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“WITHOUT MERIT” – BOOK REVIEW

“Not every mistake deserves a consequence. Sometimes the only thing it deserves is forgiveness.” “WITHOUT MERIT”  is the newest novel released by COLLEEN HOOVER. It’s not a romantic novel; rather it’s a book of self-discovery. It is a coming-of-age tale…. Continue Reading →

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Stranger Things 2

Netflix released this year’s highly anticipated sci-fi/horror thriller to much fanfare on the 27th of October: Stranger Things 2 And. It. Delivered. Disclaimer: Minor spoilers  from this point beyond PLOT  The events of Stranger Things 2 are set a year… Continue Reading →

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F.R.I.E.N.D.S- A review

Routine!!! Starts with the snooze of an alarm… Once it starts, the life goes on!! From getting up early to reaching college on time, our lives have become way too hectic than we thought it would be. It’s quite obvious… Continue Reading →

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