Spanning 12 short stories, “Home Remedies” is a unique observation of what it means to be young and Chinese in the modern world.
If you can get over the fact that it’s largely unrealistic and a little rushed, Stranger Things’ third season has far exceeded the performance of its predecessors.
While “Black Mirror” is a brilliant series, certain episodes stand out more than others.
Even 39 years after its first release, K. Vishwanath’s Telugu film ‘Sankarabharanam’ still stands the test of time as one of the greatest path-breaking films ever made in Indian cinema.
Staying true to its brand, Pixar has produced another tear-jerking film in “Toy Story 4.” At the start of the movie, we learn that Woody is no longer the favorite toy, Bonnie having left him to gather dust in her closet.
“Yesterday” is remarkable in its representation of an Indian man as the lead of a comedy movie, breaking the stereotype of the nerdy and socially unaware Indian tech worker.
Here is a film that doesn’t create caricatures of Asians or focus solely on a small fraction of the Asian population. Instead, “Always Be My Maybe” portrays the daily life of the average Asian American.
For people who have been following the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the past few years, “Spider-Man: Far From Home” is a welcome break from the doom and gloom of the latest Avengers films.