Controversial statements aren’t necessarily the best way to start off a review. However, I think that a fair number of people who consume Japanese dramas can agree that quality romantic-comedies of its kind are certainly few and far between. A huge reason as to why this is so, is mainly due to the fact that … Continue reading A Little Too Good, A Little Underrated : I Don’t Love You Yet
Greetings everybody! It has officially been a little over two years since I have posted on this site. Many things have unfolded since then, and I swear that I am telling you the truth when I confess that I have tried multiple times to conjure up some sort of review for this site. However, sometimes … Continue reading For the cliché lovers – Koi wa Tsuzuku yo Dokomademo
This might be my very last review before my last year of being a high school student begins. Therefore, I thought I should send this whole thing off with a huge hit. So, I’ll be presenting the big solo debate. How do all of the popular Hana Yori Dango versions stack up? Which one is … Continue reading Hana Yori Dango Anime VS Hana Yori Dango Drama VS Boys Over Flowers [花より男子]
Even though the reason behind my revisit of the anime, ToraDora!, still remains unknown, it’s definitely safe to say that this anime is timeless, beautiful, and will forever remain as a truly pure example of how moving and immersive shoujo animes were in the 2000s. ToraDora is a legendary anime series that is grossly underrated, and … Continue reading One of The Best Shoujo Animes of the 2000s – ToraDora!
It’s not often where you find a series so good, that you’re willing to sit through the anime, the manga and the live action film for it. Yet, Library Wars seems to convince its fans to do so, almost too effortlessly.
It has been way too long. You have no idea how many reviews I have planned to write however, none of them have been successfully published. I had initially planned to write an incredibly detailed post as to how my anime hiatus came to an end but I realized that if I worried too much … Continue reading Boku No Hero Academia 僕のヒーローアカデミア Season 1 [Anime Review]
Indie films were never really my cup of tea, but Call Me By Your Name —directed by Luca Guadagnino — might serve as the catalyst that changes all of that. I’d desperately like to refrain from labelling this film, and inadvertently limiting it, by categorising it as ‘a great queer film’ because it’s truly more … Continue reading A Sensual and Intimate Summer Romance: Call Me By Your Name
Award-winning director Joe Wright is back with another masterpiece. Much like his previous works, such as Pride & Prejudice (2005) and Atonement (2007), Darkest Hour functions as an absolutely brilliant film which ought to be seen and enjoyed for years to come. The film showcases the first five weeks of Winston Churchill’s appointment as British … Continue reading Winston Churchill: A Light in ‘The Darkest Hour’
Forget the first two Thor instalments because Thor: Ragnarok just blew them out of the water. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been slightly tense lately, as the MCU frantically tries to make ends meet before Infinity War begins in 2019. With so many loose ends and the tension left from Captain America: Civil War, comedy … Continue reading Thor: Ragnarok Film Review