Honestly, if I ever have to revisit the story of power struggle between Moses and Ramesses, I would still prefer to watch the 1956 movie. And I say this after sitting through the brand new 2014 rendition yesterday. I didn’t gain anything new out of this movie.
With the Holidays Season around, what can be a better gift than a bottle of fine wine to gift to people who matter the most in your lives? But lets face it guys: we’re not all wine wikipedias by default. I’m a wine enthusiast myself, and yet know so little about the technicalities of the wines I love.
I’m a huge fan of the fiction genre in literature. Hence, with so many interesting reads lined up for release soon, I couldn’t help putting together a list of my most anticipated new fiction books.
Winter is the time for romance; when the entire nature looks dead outstide, love blossoms in the warmth of hearts. The season is best described by Ruth Stout: There is a privacy about it which no other season gives you…In spring, summer and fall people sort of have an open season on each other; only in the winter, can you… Read more →
What does the Holiday Season mean to you? Guilt free food time? Friends and Family time? Travel time? Taking off from work time? Or if you’re like me, then, Movie Time? Especially with so many fascinating movies of diverse flavors lined up for release this month, shortlisting the must-watch movies seems like an exciting exercise.
Winters and Mysteries go hand in hand. The colder the winter (and the thicker the snows, the darker the skies, the chillier the breeze), the stronger is the appeal of an ingenious mystery plot. Curling up with a riveting mystery book, next to a cracking fire
There’s much more to Agatha Christie beyond Monsieur Poirot and Miss. Marple. She has written a number of spine chilling novels and short stories that don’t include either of these master sleuths, and yet stand tall on their own as superbly crafted mysteries and even succeed in outshining some of the Poirot and Marple cases.
With the air getting chillier, the skies gloomier and the days shorter, I feel like it’s the perfect time to chat about my yet another favorite fictional detective, Miss. Marple. With a sweet smile and an ever gentle disposition acting as sort of a cover up for her keen power of observation and probing mind, this “old maid” from the… Read more →
I met Hercule Poirot when I was 11 and it was love at first sight. I had hit off instantly with the Belgian detective with comical looks and an egg-shaped head, flaunting the most perfect set of moustache anyone can ever imagine, and displaying an impeccable sense of courtesy and wardrobe choices, regardless of the circumstances he was flung into…. Read more →