Netflix

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Films, Bright, Streaming, Cinema

This is how Netflix is killing cinema

In 2018 the streaming service plans to releases 80 original films sans a conventional theatrical run.

ART & CULTURE

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Amazon, Netflix, Television, R Madhavan

Why actor R Madhavan is giving web content a shot

In Amazon’s second Indian original, Breathe, the actor plays a single parent whose child needs organ donation to survive.

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Hollywood, Netflix, Ridley Scott, Sexual Abuse

Why Kevin Spacey won't find work in Hollywood

It’s an example of recognising a watershed moment.

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Netflix, Joan Didion

Netflix documentary on American writer Joan Didion is a must-watch

The film shows she is more than the queen of doom, always looking into the abyss.

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Child sexual abuse, Netflix, Kevin Spacey, House of cards

Is Kevin Spacey-starrer House of Cards getting nixed over molestation charges a good thing?

Several viewers have expressed their desire to see the show being carried on, sans Frank Underwood of course.

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Anurag Kashyap, Saif Ali Khan, Netflix, Sacred Games

Netflix's 'Sacred Games' is Saif Ali Khan's attempt at finding a lost audience

Even in the West, online streaming platforms have given a new lease of life to many mainstream biggies such as Kevin Spacey and Naomi Watts.

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Mumbai, Netflix, Shahrukh Khan, Brad pitt

When Shah Rukh Khan made Brad Pitt do his signature pose - arms wide open

Pitt was in India to promote his latest release, the Netflix-produced film, War Machine.

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Netflix, Sacred Games, Interview, Vikram Chandra

Vikram Chandra on novel 'Sacred Games' being adapted into India’s first Netflix series

The award-winning author also talks about the enduring appeal of the crime genre and reinventing writing and reading in the digital age.

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Sex comedy, Netflix, Brahman Naman

Q's Brahman Naman, a sex comedy with a conscience, is a must watch

The film exposes the vices of both Brahmans and super-geeks, by drawing clever parallels between them.

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Mumbai, Udta Punjab, Anurag Kashyap, Netflix

Anurag Kashyap will do justice to Vikram Chandra's Sacred Games on Netflix

The adaptation comes as a blessing for the director who has been looking to repeat the large canvas of Gangs of Wasseypur.