Radioactive movie review: Rosamund Pike as Marie Curie struggles to rise above mediocre filmmaking, choppy storytelling
Surely, one of the greatest minds, as well as the discoveries, of our time deserve much better than this tedious affair.
While Hart does put on a show and comes on with a few surprises playing a father grappling in an uncharted territory, the film leaves much to be desired.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition | Stray thoughts, conflicts and what difference (if any) 14 years makes
Surrender. Or don't. That would be more fun.
Jaipur Literature Festival 2021: Alex Ross on his new book, and the chequered life and legacy of Richard Wagner
Wagner still remains a figure of substantial influence in films, literature, painting and music.
Jaipur Literature Festival 2021: Mehr Farooqi discusses her new biography of Ghalib, and the challenges of translation
The author, among other things, talked about the important journey Ghalib undertook to Kolkata, and his discovery of the printing process and the bookshops of the city.
Jaipur Literature Festival 2021: Simon Winchester on his new book, and the bloody history of land ownership
The book, which explores the question if land can ever truly be ‘owned’, came about when Winchester himself began to dig into the history of a piece of land he bought after moving to the US.
Breathtaking. Truly breathtaking.
Ubisoft Montreal's open world action-adventure RPG is available on PlayStation 4/5, Microsoft Windows, Stadia, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S
Even the most widely accepted version of events is blurry on what might have triggered the whole thing.
An hour with Martin Amis: The celebrated author spoke on legacy, awards, and his latest book at Tata Literature Live
‘Life writing’, or writing about real people, is not an easy affair, said Martin Amis, at Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai Litfest 2020.
Ubisoft Montreal's open world action-adventure RPG will be available on PlayStation 4/5, Microsoft Windows, Stadia, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S
Nodding Heads's action-adventure-puzzle-platformer is out on Nintendo Switch and will be releasing later this year on PC, PS4 and Xbox One
Revisiting Ocean's Eleven: All 117 minutes of the casino heist caper to trump all casino heist capers
3 Casinos. 11 Guys. 150 Million Bucks.
Zee JLF 2020 Day 4: On stage — Abhijit Banerjee, climate change and travel writing; off stage — a rowdy crowd
Overhearing a fellow attendee at Day 4 of the Zee JLF 2020 tell his friend, 'Celebrities dikha raha hai toh bol, warna time waste mat kar', I hoped the rather dramatic session featuring Rajdeep Sardesai and Sachin Pilot lived up to his expectations | Harsh Pareek writes
If Howard Jacobson came off as witty in yesterday's session [at the Jaipur Literature Festival], the man just absolutely let loose in this one. He talked about how his fiction comes from a place of shame and desperation, and described how if he ends up writing a bit too much on a particular day, he 'projectile vomits' it all next morning
Zee JLF 2020: On Day 2, a wide-ranging discussion on surveillance and data, and Howard Jacobson's musings on writers
A somewhat muted Day 2 of Zee JLF 2020 kicked off with Howard Jacobson sharing quite a bit of wisdom and advice with the morning audience. The day's most compelling session was the one featuring Martin Goodman, Jairam Ramesh and David Wallace-Wells.