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5 severely underrated rom-coms (in GIFs)

Call me basic, but the rom-com is my absolute favorite movie genre. They make you laugh, they give you the warm fuzzies, and they provided the girls of the early 2000s some serious life and relationship goals. 484 more words

Nisekoi Volume 3 Review

And now… I’m power re-reading this series. And secretly living through all my old highschool romance fantasies. HAHA.

AOh dear, guys, I love this silly series. 1,229 more words


Scene 21 - Hector and The Search for Happiness

So in 2013, we the audiences were treated to The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, which saw Ben Stiller undertake a world-traversing voyage to understand the meaning of life…which is apparently a big deal. 409 more words


Masaan: Beautiful and Authentic - Kenny Basumatary

This is less of a review and more of a freewheeling rave and rant. Masaan won two awards and a long standing ovation at Cannes. I was very happy because I personally know so many of the people involved in it, but familiarity with the filmmaker is a double edged sword, especially in situations where you watch their film and it’s shit and you need to be polite and say, “Good job” and quickly exit or change the subject or ask feedback-avoiding questions like “Where did you shoot?” 693 more words


Where Did All the Rom-Com's Go?

Full Disclosure: I am rom-com junkie. Doesn’t matter the time of day or the status of my love life – I will and do watch  1,085 more words


You choose! 

Most of my review are of action,sci fi, fantasy or comedy.

I am in the search of a rom com! Please write your suggestions in the comments section on which rom com you think is the best, I’ll choose one to wat ch and follow up with a review. 9 more words

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Daily Dose of Infatuation

Author: Babitha City: Bangalore, India

Day 1

I quickly crossed the road, checking my watch to see if it was 8 already. It was 5 minutes to 8 and I spotted my fellow travellers for the office bus still waiting at the designated spot where it stopped. 2,459 more words