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This article was originally published on The Indiependent. I’ve waxed lyrical elsewhere about the brilliance of Taylor Swift’s folklore, so I won’t dedicate too much space to that here. The indie folk record — released on 24 July 2020, a mere week after Swift told her label the record even existed — became the first million-selling album in … Continue reading Taylor Swift’s ‘folklore: the long pond studio sessions’ Is Just a Bit Too Beige: Review
Apple TV+ and Disney+ are splashing the cash, but is that enough to tempt consumers away from Netflix? Apple is gearing up for a battle of the budgets when it comes to producing content for its new streaming service, Apple TV+. Apple has released a trailer for The Morning Show, an original series starring Jennifer Aniston, … Continue reading Streaming Services Gear Up For A Battle of the Budgets
This article was written for The Telegraph, India, and can be viewed online here Master of None This comedy-drama stars Aziz Ansari as Dev Shah, a 30-year-old actor just trying to get by in life, and Eric Wareheim as Dev’s very tall friend, Arnold. The show follows these characters’ romantic and social exploits in an … Continue reading 5 shows to binge-watch on Netflix after Game of Thrones is over
This article was written for The Telegraph, India, and can be viewed online here Whether she's shooting her female French love interest coy looks through her perfectly stylised bangs, or there's blood dripping from her mouth after she's just been in a punch-up with the KGB, in Charlize Theron’s new movie, Atomic Blonde, you can’t help … Continue reading Why is Charlize Theron so awesome?
This article was written for The Telegraph, India, and can be viewed online here When BBC’s Newsnight revealed that Jodie Whittaker would be replacing Peter Capaldi as the thirteenth Doctor in the popular sci-fi series, Doctor Who, reactions were a mixed bag to say the least. The casting announcement was divisive because in the shows 54-year … Continue reading It’s time to travel forward in time, not backwards: a female Doctor can only be a good thing
Gogglebox has been back on our screens for a few weeks now, and with the start of the show’s sixth season, The Indiependent thought it fitting to explore what exactly it is that makes the Channel 4 show so enjoyable and interesting to watch. For those unfamiliar with the format, watching Gogglebox essentially means sitting … Continue reading The Gogglebox Phenomenon
Spy, directed by Paul Feig (Bridesmaids, The Heat), is one of the funniest films to hit the screens in recent years. When top agent, Bradley Fine (Jude Law), is assassinated by Bulgarian arms dealer, Rayna Boyanov (Rose Byrne), the CIA is desperate. The covers of their top agents have been blown, which leaves them with … Continue reading Film Review: Spy