Some fodder for a naive mind.
As we all know, JIO was the new it thing late last year when they announced affordable 4G data plans with free calling forever for users who were struggling for MBs with their 3G data providers.
But that wasn’t the highlight of the deal. Continue reading “Reviewing the benefits of not using JIO.”
One of the most underrated romantic comedies bollywood has produced if not one of the most unique.
When was the last time you saw a mainstream family comedy where the protagonists were ex-drug addicts or financial leaches? Continue reading “Hasee Toh Phasee (2014) – The stoner comedy we needed.”
In a world of its own.
Few pages into the book, you will realise you’re tricked. By the ghostly apparition on the cover. By the title. This is not the ghost story you signed up for. Picking a book by not reading about it, doesn’t seem a brilliant idea all of a sudden.
But you resist. Continue reading “Another World: A book review”
Eject before it’s too late.
“Sir, do rate us on your experience today.”
11 digits ranging from 1-10 were vying for my attention at the checkout counter. But my mind was made up in a flash. I can’t let this happen to the world. I won’t let this happen to the world. Continue reading “Black Mirror S03E01 ‘Nosedive’ Review”
5 years later a dead fandom comes to life and in the most magical way possible.
I still remember when the eight year old me sat in one of the old cinema seats to watch one of my favourite books come to life on the big screen; the anticipation, the barely contained excitement, the awe at finally getting to see the magical world that I had imagined and built up in my mind for a few years. Continue reading “Fantastic Beasts And Where to Find Them (2016)”
Movies are often guilty of being too different from their trailers and usually end up disappointing movie-goers.
Passengers is exactly the opposite of that. The movie is guilty of being too much like the trailer.
Continue reading “Passengers (2017) Review: Give it a Pass.”
‘Let’s break up’ is probably one of the worst songs REVHUMAN has ever heard.
The biggest disappointment in the movie has to be the music. Now that we have addressed the elephant in the room, we can move forward and talk about the wonderful movie. Continue reading “Dear Zindagi is quite Near Zindagi!”
The makers of ‘Arrival’ teach us that when your mind is tired of thinking about what’s going on around you in the world: think outside the box.
Or the world rather! Continue reading “Arrival (2016) – Got no rivals!”
So I recently got to attend a web series seminar by TVF where they were talking about their rise and dominance in the seemingly impenetrable web content market of India.
A lot of things said and shown there were impressive and aspirational. How a rejected show idea by MTV led a group of individuals to build an empire. An empire that rose out of mocking MTV’s Roadies (rowdies qtiyapa.) Continue reading “WTvF: Tripling’s mostly trippin’ when they ain’t sniffin’”
The first half of MSD starts like a typical limited overs Dhoni innings. Slow, and full of hope.
The movie takes us through his younger days where they show how his agility as a goalkeeper caught the eye of a school cricket coach who was desperately looking for a wicket-keeper. Continue reading “Reviewing MSD: The Story untold on the Internet”