Just like Spike Spiegel himself, Netflix never seems to learn. After multiple failed attempts at live-action anime adaptations, Netflix thought to adapt the iconic anime classic that is 'Cowboy Bebop'. Seeing how the original anime only consists of 26 episodes and a movie, the legion of devoted space cowboys seemed to welcome this announcement with … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘Cowboy Bebop’: The Frustration of Unrealized Potential.
The task of introducing a phenomenon like 'Squid Game' for a review is as dreadful as the show itself. How do you try to condense the world's hottest show without using words like 'inescapable' or without trying to sound pretentious and act like you didn't watch it purely because of peer pressure? We all know … Continue reading ‘Squid Game’ and The Nerve-Shredding Result Of Moral Manipulation.
After five years of excruciating anticipation for new 'Sailor Moon' content, we are now blessed with a two-part, cinematic adaptation of the 'Dream' arc from the manga. This acts as a continuation of the remake 'Sailor Moon Crystal', which started back in 2014. After two rocky first seasons, the show found its groove in its … Continue reading ‘Sailor Moon Eternal’ Embodies Love, Strength and Femininity.
Netflix's 'Castlevania' emerges from the darkness one last time with its fourth and final season. Creator Warren Ellis and his crew have come together to create a mighty satisfying, jaw-dropping epic with the ambition of a theatrical blockbuster. If there ever was a case of something too good to be true, this final season just … Continue reading ‘Castlevania’ Delivers An Unbelievably Glorious Finale.
Over the past few years, it has become progressively clearer to me that I prefer animation over live-action. Movies like 'Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse', 'Your Name' and the 'How To Train Your Dragon' franchise had a far longer impression on me than any live-action film, at least not since 'La La Land' which is the … Continue reading ‘The Mitchells vs The Machines’ Is a Goddamn Delight.
Outisde of a few theatrical releases, the teen rom-com has found a new place on steaming services, Netflix having the biggest names in the genre at the moment with franchises like 'To All The Boys' and 'The Kissing Booth', Seeing as the more toxic movies in the genre get a lot of coverage like 'The … Continue reading It’s High-Time We Give Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky Their Respect.
In some shape or form, every piece of modern entertainment circles back to nostalgia. Whether it's the synth and disco returning to the radio, the Disney classics returning to the big-screen or our favourite childhood shows getting unnecessarily rebooted by Netflix, the entertainment industry is recycling harder than Greta Thunberg. This has been happening for … Continue reading our childhoods deserve better than becoming a live-action travesty.
In a year where Hollywood came to a grinding halt, television has risen up to the occassion in spectacular fashion. Never has Netflix felt like such a necessity. Along with music, the only piece of consistent entertainment we could look forward to was television. Whether it was a weekly escape or an eight-hour binge session, … Continue reading My Top 10 Shows of 2020!
'Dash & Lily' is Netflix's latest young-adult book adaptation, this time coming from the book 'Dash and Lily's Book of Dares' written by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan. The story follows two contrasting personalities who feel very strongly about Christmas. Dash, a mildly pessimistic non-believer and Lily a very optimistic Christmas enthusiast communicate by writing … Continue reading Pure, Holly Jolly Rom-Com Delight | Dash & Lily: Season 1 REVIEW!
The Boys in the Band is directed by Joe Mantello and it is a new adaptation of the 1968 play by Mart Crowley. The story revolves around a group of gay friends who get together to celebrate a friend's birthday. However when the host gets an unexpected invite from an old friend who happens to … Continue reading A Thrilling Night of Therapy, Drinks and Cake | The Boys In The Band REVIEW!