Jesus Christ Superstar (2014 Swedish Arena Tour) – Personally, Hits Home Hard and Succeeds Perfectly

I am not religious, but one of my favourite musicals is Andrew Lloyd Webbers Jesus Christ Superstar. No Idea how it became one of my favourites, but it just has been growing me slowly through the years. My first Superstar was the 2000 version with Glen Carter and Jerome Pradon and I still love it … Continue reading Jesus Christ Superstar (2014 Swedish Arena Tour) – Personally, Hits Home Hard and Succeeds Perfectly

Shiraz: A Romance of India (1928) – A Simple Romance Inside a Historical Fantasy

I've been waiting to see this movie for a while, after seeing that We Are One was putting it on YouTube for free I watched it as soon as I could. Summary: Set in 17th century during the time of the Mughals the story tells of Shiraz who was found as a child in the … Continue reading Shiraz: A Romance of India (1928) – A Simple Romance Inside a Historical Fantasy

Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela (2013) – High Energy and Brightly Coloured Shakespeare in Bhansali’s Gujarat

Shakespeare's birthday month was coming to a close, and I finally settled into this movie to review for it. So, even if I missed The Bard's birthday, he is still getting an adaption review/analysis of one of his most popular works. Also, my own favourite play, because it can be interpreted in so many ways … Continue reading Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela (2013) – High Energy and Brightly Coloured Shakespeare in Bhansali’s Gujarat