Random Reviews

No fixed boundaries. Just short review of some random encounters in the form of tech, things, books, series and on and on. Stay alert!

  • Yumi’s Cells: Creative and Relatable!
    South Korean writers and their creativity never cease to inspire and surprise. Yumi’s Cells is definitely one such beautiful piece of work that I fell in love with very recently. Being a story that revolves around the female lead Yumi, the idea of bringing life to the webtoon story through both filming and animation is in itself is an awestruck feature of this series. Yumi’s Cells is the story of Yumi, a normal working woman in her 30s and her lovely cells, who try their best to care for and protect Yumi in her everyday life. Yes! Each and every… Continue reading Yumi’s Cells: Creative and Relatable!
  • Blue Period: 2021’s Must-Watch Anime
    There is always a tall wall that separates the people who are called, mediocre, average and underdog aka hard workers from people who are known as genius. Blue Period is the story of such a hard-working high school student Yatora Yaguchi who steps into the exhilarating world of art competing against himself and quirky art geniuses who faces their own dilemmas. Unlike many anime’s this coming-of-age story might feel going a little slow but, the colourful aesthetics, the journey that it is about to take as Yatora transforms from the smartest kid in the class to a beginner art student,… Continue reading Blue Period: 2021’s Must-Watch Anime
  • Soul Mechanic – Series that showed different sides of mental issues
    A lot of us know how important it is to talk about mental health. Talking about mental health as something significant is quite a necessity. These days, slowly people are trying their best to advocate about this. If we need to make something to reach its significance to a large mass, at present social media plays a vital role to convince it. But, if you want to reach it to a larger mass without convincing them and make them to realize naturally, I feel like television series and movies plays an important role. There are a number of directors and… Continue reading Soul Mechanic – Series that showed different sides of mental issues
  • For A Healthy Dose Of Laughter: “So Not Worth It”
    For those who wanted to watch something to let down your burden for a day and to relax your mind, Netflix got something for you. A worthy drama to watch which brings you unconditional laughter. So Not Worth It, is the latest Netflix Original Korean Sitcom. The name is quite contradictory, cause it is worthy of watching afterall. A series that lets you forget all your worries for a while. There isn’t too much wishy washy storyline but nicely scripted with the purpose of allowing you too get some laugh. After watching all the episodes, I am sure you would… Continue reading For A Healthy Dose Of Laughter: “So Not Worth It”
  • Movie Review: We Can’t Change The World. But We Wanna Build A School In Cambodia.
    Few days back I stumbled upon this Japanese movie. I don’t watch Japanese movies very often. But I had nothing to watch that day, and decided to go with it. The title of the movie was, “We Can’t Change The World. But We Wanna Build A School In Cambodia”. It had left some impact on me. I have been thinking about it often. Also, just found out it was based on a real life story, no wonder. A medical student, who always felt something was lacking in this life stumble upon a brochure advertisement asking for volunteers to build a… Continue reading Movie Review: We Can’t Change The World. But We Wanna Build A School In Cambodia.
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