The Falcon and the Winter Soldier tactfully explores the lives of Sam Wilson (played by Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes (played by Sebastian Stan) in a post-Blip world. The deeper view into their lives is paired with performances by a host of other much-awaited characters. The MCU miniseries with its … Continue Reading
We all have our fears, be it an inexplicable fright of insects or fear at the aspect of an uncertain future. “Misplaced in Monochrome” is a beautifully portrayed concept that reassures the audience that it is okay to have fears in life. It centers around the core concept that some … Continue Reading
“Hurts, Doesn’t It? Being Lied To. Being Told You’re One Thing And Then Learning It’s All A Fiction.” This was an exchange between Loki and Thor during one of the more emotional scenes between the two brothers while on Sakaar. This simple yet poignant quote holds a lot more depth … Continue Reading
On the 17th of May 2021, Aaina Dramatics organised their first online theatre event of the year, Spotlight’2021. This production, consisting of six short films played exclusively by freshers, was streamed live on YouTube. This is the first event introducing their newly joined recruits, celebrating their recently earned responsibilities.
A … Continue Reading
‘What’s on your mind?’—Ten Years of The Social Network
Ten years on, The Social Network is still the sensation it was in 2010. Few films have captured the sheer speed at which tech startups grow, thrive—and in some cases—crash and burn into oblivion.
If your inner Harvey Specter is looking … Continue Reading
In recent years, we have come no closer to humanising people in the spotlight. Shakuntala Devi—the eminent mathematician, a politician, an astrologer, and the ‘human computer’— herself has been a part of our lives fleetingly. We have looked at her as a figure that is foreign to us, but Anu … Continue Reading
Directed by Bong Joon-ho
Written by Bong Joon-ho and Han Jin Wan
Cast: Song Kang-ho, Lee Sun-kyun, Cho Yeo-jeong, Choi Woo-shik, Park So-dam, and Jang Hye-jin
A comedy without clowns, a tragedy without villains.
As described by the creator himself, Parasite is a wicked, gut-twisting movie, which … Continue Reading
There are three things that almost every Indian has an opinion about – politics, cricket and cinema. With the rise in the number of streaming services and increasing demand for better content, there has been a substantial improvement in the quality of movies during the past few years. 2019 has … Continue Reading
“Betrayed by my brother, cuckolded by my fiancé and nearly murdered by my oldest friend, let us hope we never again see a murder at the Haversham manor.”
On 25th October, Kalamanch, the official theater club of Manipal Institute of Communication presented their semester production—‘The Play That Goes Wrong.’ Although … Continue Reading