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AK vs AK poster

Wogma rating: Catch on TV/online for sure

Quick review: Meta has a certain charm. But the tell-don’t-show climax that is typical of thrillers is a put-off. Even so, it is an interesting watch for how the medium is used.

(Netflix)

Unpaused poster

Wogma rating: Catch on TV/online for sure

Quick review: An anthology where two of five stories are solid good-watches and the rest are more than satisfactory, while all of them have a setting that is close to home for each one of us—the pandemic.

(Amazon Prime)

Durgamati: The Myth poster

Wogma rating: Watch if you have nothing better to do

Quick review: Story with spirits and politicians who want to possess. Tremendous potential for acting and writing. Acting delivers. Writing behaves like it's possessed—erratic, jerky, creates 🙄 drama to say what it wants, final want is predictable.

Ludo poster

Wogma rating: The keen must watch on screen; else TV/online

Quick review: The naram-naram, limp, stretched middle thankfully does not overshadow the garam-garam, sizzling, entertaining beginning and climax.

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