Seinfeld (1989-98 Series): Why It’s Still Funny?

I think Seinfeld is hilarious but I don’t like it. I hate the world it represents. The cynical, superficial, cowardly, dishonest characters sometimes make me cringe. But then I tell myself, it’s a TV show and then I laugh. Continue reading Seinfeld (1989-98 Series): Why It’s Still Funny?

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Hannibal (2013-15 Series): The Dance With The Devil

The series is visually beautiful. Certain scenes make your hair stand with the thrill. But in the end, every little thrill they deliver they serve with a lot of pretension. Continue reading Hannibal (2013-15 Series): The Dance With The Devil

Hannibal (1999 Novel): A Messed-up Love Story

It’s an entertaining thriller like the preceding novels in the series. Harris is at his best weaving the inner world of characters, their darkness, and their light. The sycophantic Paul Krendler and the deranged Mason Verger are brilliantly made to come alive as people we might know or we might be afraid to know. Continue reading Hannibal (1999 Novel): A Messed-up Love Story