Category: Reviews

A Fair Affair and Butter and Mashed Bananas

The mellifluously enterprising Aaina Dramatics conducted two of its profusely exuberant stage productions, ‘A Fair Affair’ and ‘Butter and Mashed Bananas’ on the 15th of November, 2016. The Director, G.K.Prabhu,...

Anupam Family Restaurant Review

Manipal, as most of us student-folk know it, is the result of an amalgamation of numerous cultures etched into a rich tapestry that represents all of India. The things that...

12 Angry Jurors – A Play by Dramanon

12 people from all walks of life. 12 civilians entrusted with making the decision of sending a man to his death. While battle-hardened 5-star generals around the world hesitate to...

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Double Tamasha

ADA (Absolute Dramatics Addiction), a dramatics club of MIT, organized a two-play centrestage, Tamasha, on the 11th of September (Sunday) at 6 p.m. at the AC Seminar Hall in AB-2....

Double Bill: A Review

Shakespeare revolutionised theatre and brought shades of grey to its traditional forms. He portrayed human nature as a spectrum of thoughts, beliefs, and ideas. Modern theatre works along these lines,...

Ghostbusters: A Review

Let’s start by addressing the elephant in the room. This movie doesn’t just pass the Bechdel test, it soars through it like an Andhra boy from Chaitanya, Narayana and Kota...

BFG – Movie Review & Analysis

  “I is reading it hundreds of times, and I is still reading it and teaching new words to myself and how to write them. It is the most scrumdiddlyumptious...

Suicide Squad: Spoiler-free Review

It’s no secret that critics have been slamming the latest DCEU effort for a good whole week now. And while I personally don’t feel Suicide Squad is the shoddy, tonal...

Star Trek Beyond: Spoiler-free Review

For aficionados of space sci-fi franchises such as myself, this is it! 726 Episodes. 13 Feature films. 50 years of being a pop culture phenomenon – that’s Star Trek for...