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Mayank Sharma

Mayank Sharma

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Sharing career insight

Last Thursday evening, UTM’s Career Centre, hosted a networking night for students interested in pursuing careers in humanities and social sciences.

J.T. brings the Man of the Woods back

In early 2018, Justin Timberlake dropped a trailer that gave us a glimpse of the direction of his new music. If you don’t count...

The fame monster

Being a comic book lover, I was excited to see what the latest superhero flick had in store for me. This movie had been...

What’s the scariest thing you’ve seen?

There are different kinds of fear: there’s giggly fun fear, psychological spine-chillers, and jump scares. Once upon a time, fear was witches being burned...

Damon may not be the only thirsty Martian

Ever since I heard that Ridley Scott was involved in the making of The Martian, I was ecstatic. Having read Andy Weir’s novel, which...

Risky Business (1983)

After watching the latest installment in the Mission Impossible series, I decided to spend the remainder of my summer watching almost everything that starred...

Inside Out cleverly blends art and psychology

This summer set the bar for next year’s summer films. With strong storylines, performances, and special effects, summer releases kept viewers well entertained. Amid...

India versus Pakistan in a Bollywood battle

India and Pakistan duked it out in a Bollywood musical battle in the Student Centre the week before last.Salam-e-Antakshari, jointly organized on March 20...

Farewell to the gang

When I first heard the news that Parks and Recreation would be airing its final season this year, I was heartbroken. As a guy...

Romancing the Stone (1984)

Romantic comedies have always been a guilty pleasure of mine, especially around Valentine’s Day. Having watched almost all of the recent ones, I decided...

A detective with attitude

Fox has seen its fair share of success and growth over the past few years, the most prominent one being House, followed by less...

Heartburn (1986)

When I first saw Tim Burton’s Batman, I was convinced that Jack Nicholson, when given a decent script, could act circles around anybody. Since...

A whole lot of nothing

From the comical duo of James Franco and Seth Rogen comes yet another media artifact that uses generic slapstick comedy elements, satire, and bromance...

Constantine keeping pace

From screenwriter David S. Goyer (Blade series, Dark Knight trilogy, Man of Steel) comes a TV series for comic book lovers. Based on the...

The Usual Suspects (1995)

During my flight from Dubai to Toronto, I had 14 hours of flight time to kill, so I decided to shun new blockbuster films...

The origin of Batman’s greatest enemies

To celebrate 75 years of one of the most iconic superheroes in history, Gotham brings light to the dark beginnings of Batman.However, this isn’t...

Farewell to the King of Comedy

Good Morning, Vietnam! is not only one of the most popular phrases in all of cinema but it’s also one of the first things...

Saying goodbye to old friends

Everything that has a beginning has an end. We saw it with M*A*S*H, Seinfeld, Friends, and The Office, and now it’s time for How...

Pharrell goes feel-good

After having a hand in two of 2013’s massive hits, “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke and “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk, Pharrell Williams has...

Non-stop thrills?

Since 2008’s Taken, Liam Neeson has pleased his fans by appearing in action-packed films every year. The latest, Non-Stop, merits the name of action...

Succeeding by keeping it simple

The team that gave us Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and 21 Jump Street has made another animated movie full of laughs but...

Conjuring up scares

From the team that gave us V/H/S comes another horror flick that brings some new elements to the horror genre. The film follows a...

Paranormal Activity returns in a new way

Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones goes beyond the setting of the original series while giving us a deeper explanation of the original’s premise. The...

Sharing career insight

Last Thursday evening, UTM’s Career Centre, hosted a networking night for students interested in pursuing careers in humanities and social sciences.

J.T. brings the Man of the Woods back

In early 2018, Justin Timberlake dropped a trailer that gave us a glimpse of the direction of his new music. If you don’t count...

The fame monster

Being a comic book lover, I was excited to see what the latest superhero flick had in store for me. This movie had been...

What’s the scariest thing you’ve seen?

There are different kinds of fear: there’s giggly fun fear, psychological spine-chillers, and jump scares. Once upon a time, fear was witches being burned...

Damon may not be the only thirsty Martian

Ever since I heard that Ridley Scott was involved in the making of The Martian, I was ecstatic. Having read Andy Weir’s novel, which...

Risky Business (1983)

After watching the latest installment in the Mission Impossible series, I decided to spend the remainder of my summer watching almost everything that starred...

Inside Out cleverly blends art and psychology

This summer set the bar for next year’s summer films. With strong storylines, performances, and special effects, summer releases kept viewers well entertained. Amid...

India versus Pakistan in a Bollywood battle

India and Pakistan duked it out in a Bollywood musical battle in the Student Centre the week before last.Salam-e-Antakshari, jointly organized on March 20...

Farewell to the gang

When I first heard the news that Parks and Recreation would be airing its final season this year, I was heartbroken. As a guy...

Romancing the Stone (1984)

Romantic comedies have always been a guilty pleasure of mine, especially around Valentine’s Day. Having watched almost all of the recent ones, I decided...

A detective with attitude

Fox has seen its fair share of success and growth over the past few years, the most prominent one being House, followed by less...

Heartburn (1986)

When I first saw Tim Burton’s Batman, I was convinced that Jack Nicholson, when given a decent script, could act circles around anybody. Since...

A whole lot of nothing

From the comical duo of James Franco and Seth Rogen comes yet another media artifact that uses generic slapstick comedy elements, satire, and bromance...

Constantine keeping pace

From screenwriter David S. Goyer (Blade series, Dark Knight trilogy, Man of Steel) comes a TV series for comic book lovers. Based on the...

The Usual Suspects (1995)

During my flight from Dubai to Toronto, I had 14 hours of flight time to kill, so I decided to shun new blockbuster films...

The origin of Batman’s greatest enemies

To celebrate 75 years of one of the most iconic superheroes in history, Gotham brings light to the dark beginnings of Batman.However, this isn’t...

Farewell to the King of Comedy

Good Morning, Vietnam! is not only one of the most popular phrases in all of cinema but it’s also one of the first things...

Saying goodbye to old friends

Everything that has a beginning has an end. We saw it with M*A*S*H, Seinfeld, Friends, and The Office, and now it’s time for How...

Pharrell goes feel-good

After having a hand in two of 2013’s massive hits, “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke and “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk, Pharrell Williams has...

Non-stop thrills?

Since 2008’s Taken, Liam Neeson has pleased his fans by appearing in action-packed films every year. The latest, Non-Stop, merits the name of action...

Succeeding by keeping it simple

The team that gave us Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and 21 Jump Street has made another animated movie full of laughs but...

Conjuring up scares

From the team that gave us V/H/S comes another horror flick that brings some new elements to the horror genre. The film follows a...

Paranormal Activity returns in a new way

Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones goes beyond the setting of the original series while giving us a deeper explanation of the original’s premise. The...
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