Movies

Running for 50 years, Sesame Street has captured the audience through 4,500 episodes and over 200 home videos. The show released in 1969 as a ground-breaking series for kids to provide preliminary knowledge over the television platform. It has successfully attracted over 150 million viewers from all across the globe and has become one of the biggest franchises in the world of media. The show...

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“No Time to Die”, “Fast and Furious 9”, “A Quiet Place Part II”, all stands cancelled amidst this global pandemic. Theatres are closed, cinema halls are shut down, festivals have been cancelled, and film releases have been postponed indefinitely. The global box office has dropped by billions of dollars and stocks of film exhibitors have declined dramatically. The whole production is at halt waiting for...

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Currently, we see many of us being aware of the constant scrutiny that we are under the eyes of the artificial intelligence in our phone and our every movement through the devices are being studied and saved. This helps the intelligence to create an algorithm and provide us with information and details of products or materials that we may have searched for at any point...

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Virtual Reality not just an entertainment

Like every other industry, the phrase ‘consumer is king’ applies to the media industry as well. There is stiff competition in the media industry today, with businesses competing for the attention of the viewers and readers. In this rat race, only those Media and Entertainment (M&E) companies will survive that can constantly identify and adapt to the fast-evolving demands and consumption patterns of the consumers....

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Throughout history, powerful people have used the power of film to help achieve their goals. Leaders like Hitler and Stalin used movies as propaganda and did so very successfully. Cinema can easily change people’s opinions and their outlooks on life. Good films almost always impact the viewer. The degree of impact depends on the movie and person viewing it. Individually, people are bound to get...

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Terrorizing the whole of America during the Great Depression, Bonnie and Clyde have been the most infamous of couples. Known for their bank robberies and gruesome murders, their exploits captured the attention of the American press and its readership during what is occasionally referred to as the "public enemy era" between 1931 and 1934. They also gained a reputation in the cinematic world.   In 1967, a...

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Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones can officially be called as one of the most- watched shows. It gave the audience a taste of magical goodness and an amazing plot to swoon over. Rebecca Certner, a Ph.D. candidate in the Northeastern University writes about various scientific and fantastical elements which the audience witness in the show.   According to Certner, ‘The Wall’ seems sceptical through the eyes of science. The...

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Cinema is undoubtedly one of the most influential art forms that exist today. Films, documentaries, and almost any kind of audio-visual content released on any medium have the power to open up long-forgotten narratives and almost change the game. In the last decade, we have seen the start and continuation of many legacies- the franchise culture is not something new to Hollywood. Series such as...

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