Category: Reviews

The “James” behind the “Bond”

Ian Fleming’s masterpiece isn’t just confined to the world of fiction. There seems to have existed a real-life character in whose proximity Fleming drew his inspirations for plots and lifestyle of James Bond.

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Google Tez- Review, Features, Wallet Payment, UPI

Google Tez: Review The demonetization process was so sudden that it left almost the entire nation in shock. However, it also paved way for the dawn of the electronic money era in India, beginning with PayTm being the leading e-wallet. Then came RuPay, PhonePe, and others. While most used them only until the crisis period lasted, most Indians – at least my friends – continue using these e-wallets. Why? E-wallets make life a lot simpler by reducing the need to have a cold cash for transactions. The reason the e-wallets were preferred over e-banking was the ease of access...

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IT-Chapter One: A King Classic

Stephen King is back with IT. IT- Movie Review Whether you read books or you watch movies, there is no doubt that Stephen King is the reigning emperor of fantasy and horror. From disturbing your mind like he did in “Carrie” to goosebumps he gave with “The Shinning”, He has truly mastered The Art of scaring a person and manipulating fears. With over 58 kinds of movies, TV shows, adaptations. 56 novels, 200 short stories and counting, he has one of the biggest fan-bases in the world. Most of his work ends up as cult classics and of course,...

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Samurai Champloo – Review

As the name suggests, this anime is all about Samurais and sword fights. But don’t mistake it to be just that. Samurai Champloo is a plot that takes place in the Edo period of Japan. But the world it takes place in isn’t the ordinary Edo Japan. You see, the Japan that this story takes place in is an alternative world. With the fusion of Hip-Hop, the story takes an amusing turn as a waitress in a tea shop asks two amazing fighters to help her locate a Himawari Samurai”. Fuu chan is a waitress in a tea shop...

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