The Glory of Ghibli: Grave Of The Fireflies

(This is going to be a short post.) I'm not one to cry in movies. The last movie I cried in was Schindler's List (1993). I used to think that the little girl in a red sweater was the saddest thing ever. Also, this scene. But I clearly had no idea what was coming with …

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On Devlok with Devdutt Pattnaik

Most would shy away at the very title comforted in thinking that books on mythology are always pushing, assertive and over-ambitious. They are the shadows of something that is becoming increasingly obsolete. But trust me, this man changed me in ways I did not expect. Change, yes. You might like the word, or you might …

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All (The Best) Westworld Theories Yet

Westworld has pulled us in, we are all in, delved entirely into this eerie magical realism that is way beyond its years, and as we understand with each passing episode, way beyond our wildest imagination. It has, of course, caught our attention and made us wonder what lies in these mysterious ways, inscrutable storylines, and mystifying …

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