Like a drunk man experiencing an occasional, fleeting moment of lucidity, RK Nagar, every now and then, seems to recognise its own astounding mediocrity.
The dystopian world in the new Korean thriller Time to Hunt doesn rsquo;t look too different from our own lockdown-hit present, except for the fact the characters don rsquo;t wear masks.
In Season 1, we saw the funny and genial Tony become acerbic and sarcastic.
Four abused, underfed, and oppressed children come up with a plan to kill their parents as they believe that becoming orphans is a better life choice than rotting in the prison called lsquo;home rsquo;.
The Silence of the Marsh, starring Money Heist-fame Pedro Alonso, feels like a series that was cancelled right after the pilot episode
An action film that will primarily play out on mobile phones cannot hope to impress with intricate SFX wizardry.
A big reason the show works has to be the fact that Jotwani has confined the script to just five episodes.
Last year, in Joaquin Phoenix-Todd Phillips rsquo; Joker, we saw what lack of laughs from the audience, derision from peers, and general apathy from society can do to a stand-up comedian.
Although each episode has been locked at around only half an hour -- give or take a few minutes -- the pace of storytelling begins to slacken after a brilliant start.
When a 17-year-old teen from a rigidly traditional Jewish family enters into an arranged marriage, her life is never the same again.
There are a few step changes in Four More Shots Please! Season 2 worth pointing out.
When a man walks into a room, he brings his whole life with him.