Friends: The Reunion

Friends: The Reunion is not just nostalgia. The one-and-a-half-hour-long show somewhere becomes a guide that shows people why such a show worked and is still popular after so many years. Yes, the happy tears of seeing your favorite characters and actors on screen reminiscing the good old days is definitely the high point here. But… Continue reading Friends: The Reunion

The Social Dilemma

The new Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma has released at a time where the content in that documentary has significance unlike any time before. ¬†We have been seeing constant debates about multiple things in social media that pretty much confuses us on which one to believe and which one to avoid. The core of the… Continue reading The Social Dilemma


If your proximity with someone who’s fuel to move forward is the pitying sympathy he or she gets from others is close, then Pity will be that extremely understandable dark comedy. I know a lot of such people and personally, I felt this was the harshest way to show them their fundamental flaw. So an… Continue reading Pity