Writers take a few liberties as Perry Mason picks up steam heading into the second half of the noir TV series.
TV and Films
Speculative noir is not a new genre. However, it is very relevant now. As history repeats itself, noir is back again and speculative fiction is here to stay
Copying from other films is a norm. Koi Mil Gaya is an example of copying films the right way.
Noir writing is dying as writers don’t know examples of noir fiction. Here are three fiction books which serve as instances of noir fiction
Perry Mason was in fine form this week, but the good guys are in trouble.
Gangaajal is a cop drama set in the Indian heartland. However, the movie also offers a deeper insight into the role of stoicism and stoics in chaotic societies.
Lakshya is one of the few movies which offers young people today an antidote to chaos. This quality makes it a true cult classic
Episode three moves slowly, totters, and doesn’t do much to excite people for the rest of the series in general
After a strong start, Perry Mason tailed off in the second episode and entered the dreaded domain of predictability.
If Hollywood films owe a lot of their success to talented writers, does Bollywood owe some of its mediocrity to Indian literature?