1). Josh (6/10): This is a decent movie that nevertheless feels like it could have bene so much more. The focus on SRK is reduced in the second half and it's more towards the side characters, this made me lose interest a little. I don't think we have seen SRK in this type of role since, so it would have been nice to see him go all out one last time. Anyway, the movie otherwise does well on music, comedy and action (given 2000's standards). A movie that I have watched several times in childhood.
1). Dead to Me s2 (5.5/10): An average follow up to a decent s1. As I said last week, the issue with a lot of streaming series is that they leave too many cliffhangers and start up too many stories at the end of their first seasons, but are unable to handle it when s2 happens. This series also left a cliffhanger that it struggled to make sense of. To combat that, the writers relied too much on con-incidences, crying, and repeated characters interactions. With covid19, the next season will arrive 2 years after this one probably, and I'm not sure if I will be in the mood to continue.
2). Rick and Morty s04e08 (8/10): After a mostly underwhelming season, this episode felt a lot more like classic R&M. I thoroughly enjoyed it and it gave me confidence that the makers still know what they are doing. Comedy, a high concept sci-fi story, and both characters being awful people. All the ingredients to a good R&M episode.
Disclaimer: The idea of this post belongs to the user Ankit 007. I am just making this post because he's been inactive for a while. I will try to make a post like this every Saturday.
Content of the Week: Rick and Morty s04e08.