Barsha Bhattacharya

I am a 25-year-old adult (?) who loves to binge-watch and now I get to write all about it! I also happen to love feedbacks. 📧 for feedback, queries and thoughts! Writer | Feminist | 📍 Calcutta, India

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Disney + Hotstar’s 2024 Review: Gritty Thriller Shot On Phone?

Directed by Rohin Raveendran Nair, 2024 has been shot on OnePlus 9 Pro 5G and that is reason enough to watch it now!

Netflix’s Procession Review: 6 Men On An Inspiring Walk Down The Memory Lane

Netflix's Procession is the story of how 6 men abused by the Catholic Church in their childhood, embarks on a film making journey and moves on from their abusive boyhood.

Netflix’s Carlos Ballarta False Prophet Review: Mexican Stand-up Comedy At Its Best

Carlos Ballarta False Prophet stars the witty Mexican comedian, Carlos Ballarta himself. Directed by RaĂşl Campos and FĂ©lix de Valdivia, Carlos Ballarta: False Prophet is Mexican stand-up comedy at its best.

The Fabulous Filipino Brothers Review: A Heartfelt Tale Of 4 Brothers

The Fabulous Filipino Brothers is a real-reel life heartfelt tale of 4 brothers - Dante Basco's lovely autobiographical directorial debut.

Netflix’s The Last Forest Review: Folklore Meets Facts in This Brazilian Social Documentary

Netflix's social study A Ăšltima Floresta or The Last Forest is a deep insight into the heart of the mighty Amazon forest and the indigenous people living there and is a thought-provoking and rewarding portrayal of the Yanomami tribe.

Netflix’s The Unlikely Murderer Review : A Dramatic Murder Mystery

Netflix's Swedish mini-series The Unlikely Murderer is exactly what you wanted - dramatic with the perfect twist of events and an unlikely suspect who claims to be a witness.

Netflix’s Haroun Review: A Dose of French Comedy

Playful yet provocative, Haroun is a healthy dose of French humor served in the exact stand-up comedy platter you had ordered.

Netflix’s Maya And The Three Review: 4 Friends On A Deadly Quest

Set in the heart of Mesoamerica, Maya And The Three chronicles the journey of fifteen-year-old warrior princess Maya, as she embarks upon the deadly quest of defeating underworld gods and saving humanity from destruction.

Amazon Prime’s The Manor Review: To Leave Or Not To Leave

A horror film with an added hint of mystery, Amazon Prime's The Manor is the perfect movie for a spooky Halloween night.


The World’s Finest Assassin Episode 9 Review: The First Target

The World's Finest Assassin Episode 9 was an uncomfortable watch for all the wrong reasons. Can we have some more magic and assassinations instead of weird romantic subplots?

Reflection of You Episode 15 Recap: Ko Hyun-jung Has to Prove Her Strength

Reflection of You episode 15, starring Ko Hyun-jung and Shin Hyun-been, disappoints a bit with the direction it chooses to take.

The White Princess to The Hitman’s Bodyguard, Lionsgate Play Content to Enjoy This Holiday Season

Wondering what to watch this holiday season? Lionsgate Play has some exciting titles releasing in December. Check out.

Hawkeye Episode 3 Review: Echo, Chase and Tricky Arrows

Hawkeye Episode 3 Review: Titled 'Echoes', we meet Maya Lopez, her intentions regarding Ronin and get treated with some action scenes.

The Power of the Dog (2021) Review: The Intimate Agony of the West

The Power of the Dog is a film that exposes the cruelty of human beings towards the self.

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