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Grateful.

Yesterday, we watched a movie called Solo (available on Netflix and Amazon Prime). It is a movie which is actually four short films that are completely unrelated to each other. I only watched two of the short films, but this is about the first one. The first short film is about a dad and his […]

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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1938) | Movie Review

Based on Mark Twain’s novel, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is an amazing film showing the antics of Tom Sawyer and his best friend, Huckleberry Finn. Here’s my review: Why did I like the movie? It’s a very funny film, I especially like the part where Tom and Hucky attend their own funeral and say […]

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The Willoughbys – Movie Review

Yesterday, I watched the Netflix original movie called “The Willoughbys”. It was a really funny comedy movie, and here is my review! (spoiler alert): The Willoughbys is a comedy film for ages 7 and above. The film is really great and you can find it on Netflix. The narrator is a cat 😀 The story […]

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Klaus – Movie Review

[P: C: Netflix] Yeah, i’m late to the party. Christmas is in 345 days. Wow. My explanation for being so late is: I never had time to sit on the couch and watch a film on Netflix, and I only found out it was an Academy Award nominee until yesterday night. So, I woke up early […]

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Jumanji 3: The Next Level – Movie Review

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle was an amazing film. The camerawork was groundbreaking, the scenes were hilarious, and everything was great. I honestly thought that there won’t be another film. That’s where I was wrong. The trailer for Jumanji 3 came out in July 2019, and I didn’t realize the film even EXISTED before December […]

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“Go light your bulb”

One of the best films I have watched on Netflix recently is a Hindi film, named Swades (Our Country). Swades is based on a true story of a non-resident Indian. In Swades, a NRI named Mohan Bhargava is a N.A.S.A scientist who feels guilty about not meeting the lady who raised him. He eventually leaves […]

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The Secret of the Unicorn

Yesterday, I finished watching the 2011 movie The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn. In my opinion, the film is very underrated. It starts off with a HergĂ© cameo appearance as a painter. The thing I like about this very scene is the original Tintin drawing that the artist makes, and when HergĂ© […]

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A thing or two about everything

Today we went to Birla Industrial & Technological Museum (BITM), a science museum in Kolkata. I really enjoyed my visit to such a nice science museum. I have never visited a science museum before (there is probably none of this nature in entire New Zealand!) and that is why the experience was so great. LEVEL […]

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India #6: Lights, Camera, Action!

Last night, my grandfather starred in two movies. Not really, but he did two theater stage performances. The first one, had him as a lawyer. People came asking him for money to create something, and he kept kicking them out. At the end, somebody came to give him his money back. The guy made my […]

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A singer is born

(Wow, the same sentence starter used three times now) My father loves to sing. He uses karaoke on YouTube and sings away. He usually sings cultural Indian songs and is interested in us making a music/travel/cooking YouTube channel. He also sings songs on karaoke when there is a new version of the song (remix), and […]