Paolo Maldini : The Greatest of his Era

When it comes to ranking the greatest defenders of all time, Paolo Maldini is up there with the best there ever was. His calibre is proven in the European Cup and the Champions League, while the longevity of his career is a direct result of his intelligent defending and love for AC Milan, where he stayed [...]

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Movie Review – Captain America : The Winter Soldier

Movie Review – Captain America : The Winter Soldier

★★★★¼ The problem with many of the superhero movies is that they are operating under the assumption that everyone in the audience knows all the hymns. It's a lot easier—and lazier—for a screenwriter to simply do a roll call of characters and events while letting fans fill in all the blanks. Sometimes the onscreen information [...]

The Galacticos Project

The Galacticos Project

When Luis Figo did the unthinkable and left Barcelona to join Real Madrid's, he became the first 'galáctico', thus kick-starting a footballing revolution like no other. It was, recalls Ronaldo, "a term we never chose to describe ourselves" – but it was inescapable... The Prologue Florentino Perez was planning to stand for the Real presidential [...]

The Office : Michael Scott’s Finest Moments as a Businessman

In case you're not aware of the level of admiration I have for 'The Office', first of all this and secondly, have a look at this old post of mine !! Now if you're still reading this, I bet you are interesting in reading anything related to one of the most original characters of all time, [...]

Movie Review : “Mission: Impossible – Fallout”

Movie Review : “Mission: Impossible – Fallout”

★★★★½ In an era of sloppy and forgettable action flicks on the one hand and overly serious “gritty” franchises on the other, the Mission: Impossible movies strike a pleasing balance between memorable action sequences and smaller-scale character intrigue. They’re whatever the opposite of “self-important” is. Fallout is not only the best pure action movie of summer 2018, [...]

The Dark Knight : 10 Years Later

The Dark Knight : 10 Years Later

Smacking his lips from across the interrogation table, makeup smearing his face like acid wash, The Joker takes an existential swipe at Batman halfway through Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight, and leaves a scar. “I know the truth,” he blabbers. “There’s no going back. You’ve changed things ... forever.” Summer 2008... The hype for Christopher [...]