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Oct 12, 2019
In Netflix's The Politician, a high school election satire meets a Pinocchio-like transformation taleIn treatment and form, The Politician belongs to a world where Gossip Girl, Clueless, The Election, Glee, and your favourite Wes Anderson movie merged into one.
Sep 27, 2019
Bard of Blood review: Emraan Hashmi is most impressive in this thrilling, pacy and binge-able Netflix seriesEmraan Hashmi is back in our lives, and after binge-watching 7 episodes of Netflix's Bard of Blood, I can say for sure that it's a good thing.
Sep 22, 2019
Marianne review: Netflix's French original horror series is engineered to scare the hell out of youBolstered by fine writing and inspired casting, Marianne is a show that does justice to traditional horror.
Sep 19, 2019
Unbelievable review: Netflix's true crime drama is an essential and important watch in the #MeToo eraUnbelievable's most vital contribution isn’t in highlighting systemic failures (although it does a good job of it); it is in addressing our beliefs about how rape survivors should act/behave/feel, and in skewering how we re-traumatise those who have already lived through an assault.
Sep 16, 2019
The Spy review: Netflix series on Israeli agent Eli Cohen is perfect dramatic showcase for Sacha Baron CohenNetflix's The Spy, starring Sacha Baron Cohen, is based on the true story of Israeli agent Eli Cohen, who successfully infiltrated the highest echelons of Syrian society and government during the first half of the 1960s, feeding valuable information back to his home country.
Sep 06, 2019
Succession review: HBO series is a compelling take on dysfunctional families, media, power and privilegeSuccession is filled with loathsome, self-centred people who can be hard to like, but are still very very watchable.
Sep 03, 2019
Serial Chiller: Zee5's Fingertip is a highly relatable, acutely watchable series about modern Tamil livesFingertip, a Zee5 Original Tamil web series, captures our technology-hooked modern lives through the prism of the five deadly sins
Aug 28, 2019
13 reasons why season 3 review: Netflix series tries to be a socially relevant murder-mystery, but failsIf 13 Reasons Why continues to a fourth season, it stands the risk of becoming another Riverdale.
Aug 14, 2019
Derry Girls returns with crazier exploits and more heartwarming moments in season 2 on NetflixIt's almost as though Derry Girls' creator Lisa McGee wanted to give fans every possible thing they might have wanted with this new season: Liberal doses of Sister Michael's world weariness — check; zany capers and improbable exploits aplenty — check; '90s nostalgia via Take That music videos — check; Quinn family weirdness — check; lashings of Irish humour (by which we mean sundry cracks at Belfast's expense) — check; Uncle Colm monologues — check; iconic catchphrases ("Expand and explain! Expand and explain!") — check.
Jul 29, 2019
Netflix's The Great Hack is a great starter pack for raising awareness on the misuse of our dataThe information we gather from The Great Hack is on the same level as the stuff in The Big Short, but the presentation here is even more fine tuned for consumption.