Rashmi Vats

Writer and researcher who loves anime and Bollywood.

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All About Gila Review: Proves Gila is Still as Relevant as He Was 20 Years Ago

Few of the best Spanish comedians come together to give tribute to the timeless comedian Miguel Gila in an absurd and extraordinary fashion in the Netflix special All About Gila.

The Turning Point Review: Individual Solitudes Collide to Create a Heartwarming Friendship

The Turning Point is a story of an unlikely friendship between two people from completely different worlds and their efforts to overcome their shortcomings while navigating through the hostile world.

White Hot: The Rise & Fall of Abercrombie & Fitch Review: The Questions it Could Have Asked But Didn’t

White Hot: The Rise & Fall of Abercrombie & Fitch is a Netflix documentary based on the fashion brand Abercrombie & Fitch's controversial company policies, and the sexual harassment and racial discrimination lawsuits filed against them.

Heirs to the Land Review: Revenge a Major Driving Force in this Period Piece

Set in 14th century Barcelona, Heirs to the Land follows the story of Hugo Llor as he navigates between the ups and downs of life.

Gaalivaana Review: Do Not Bury the Killer in Your Own Backyard

Gaalivaana starts with the double murder of Ajay and Geeta, and explores their family's involvement in a chilling turn of events.

Our Great National Parks Review: A Breathtaking Virtual Safari Courtesy of Barack Obama

Our Great National Parks is a docuseries on some of the biggest and most important national parks and wildlife sanctuaries across the world, narrated by Barack Obama.

Dancing on Glass Review: Beautiful Performances Marred By an Overused Theme

Dancing on Glass is a Spanish- language film about two ballet dancers who strike an unusual friendship as they try to navigate through their dancing career and personal lives.

Senzo: Murder of a Soccer Star Review: Will Senzo Meyiwa Finally Get Justice?

Senzo Meyiwa, the celebrated South African football player was shot dead at the home of his girlfriend in what seemed as attempted robbery. Senzo: Murder of a Soccer Star delves into the chain of investigation and public frenzy that followed Meyiwa's death.

Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story Review: From National Pride to National Shame

Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story is about the entertainer and philanthropist Jimmy Savile, who has been accused of sexual assault by hundreds of victims throughout Britain, most of them children.


My Liberation Notes Episode 13 Recap: Gu Lives A Busy Life In Seoul But Longs For Mi-jeong

In My Liberation Notes Episode 13, the Yeom siblings take a step towards a different life.

Our Blues Episode 13 Recap: Mi-ran Finds Out What Eun-hui Really Thinks Of Her

In Our Blues Episode 13, Mi-ran and Eun-hui get into a fight that ends their friendship.

Tomorrow Episode 16 Recap: Wait, What Happened to the #Joongryeon Endgame?

Tomorrow episode 16 has quite a few funny and heartwarming moments, but seems to have ended on a rather confusing note!

Spy x Family Episode 7 Review: Problem Child

Spy x Family Episode 7 was a great episode that featured all of our characters getting some time to shine. The future doesn't look too exciting because it was mostly a nothing episode, but it was fun nonetheless.

Aoashi Episode 7 Review: Pitiful Regard Of The Game

Aoashi Episode 7 presented an overall plot that is tantalizingly slow, accompanied by underwhelming animations and "all talk and no play" scenes. The only good thing left is the characters, and hopefully, they are utilized better.