Most people around me haven't watched "It". And, that's because it comes across as a horror film. Of course, if you need to strictly classify the film, it is a "horror" film, but to be honest, that's not the real crux of the movie at all. If you're missing out this movie, because you're scared,… Continue reading Why “It” is so much more than just another horror movie
Have you ever given much thought to the repercussions of your actions? Wondered what would happen if you got really frustrated with the myriad charges society levies on you and started questioning society? How grave things could become if you became embroiled in a quarrel on the road? How much would it take for you… Continue reading Watch “Wild Tales” to get a dose of hilarity superimposed on human antics.
When I look back at my childhood, I feel as though I were much happier then as compared to now. It took very little to make me happy. Teachers turning up late for class, exams getting postponed or even canceled and getting up to random mischief with friends. Of course, there were bouts of tears,… Continue reading Why finding happiness requires a fair bit of work – Book Review of “The Happiness Project”
“Is a novel anything but a trap set for a hero?” As you read "Life Is Elsewhere", you're likely to feel the same for the book's protagonist, Jaromil, who is a young aspiring poet. Born of a somewhat forced marriage, Jaromil is the apple of his mother's eye. Having lost the love of her husband,… Continue reading Life Is Elsewhere – Milan Kundera
I'm going to review all the three novels I read by Jeffrey Eugenides in one post, because I truly believe that you must read all three of them, but at different points in time, depending on the kind of reading you're looking for. Let me tell you how I ended up reading all of them.… Continue reading Jeffrey Eugenides