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Commented on cher's review

Feb 08, 2004 03:33 AM

I liked your review because it was small and hence, readable. But maybe writing a line for every book wasn't enough, especially since almost all five of the books you mentioned are kind of unknown. But I am sure I will search for the titles on my next visit to my book club. Cheerio, Saksham

Commented on own review

Feb 01, 2004 10:37 PM

I know why. There was this other book that was named -18, and the editor didn't want the book to be confused with that other book. What is that something? Saksham

Commented on swingin_sonia's review

Jan 28, 2004 04:41 AM

Finally some sense in reviews! I was sick of all the mindless blabbering of some jobless people who like to call themselves analysts, before i stumbled upon your review. Thoroughly readable fare. Am going on to read your other review. Do keep on writing for the sake of sanity of others! Saksham

Commented on amrita's review

Jan 28, 2004 04:20 AM

Maybe no one is going to read this comment, as it is 33rd for a review wrote an year ago. Still, I couldn't stop myself from hating the review and telling this to whoever cares. Amrita is wont to think too high of herself, and disagrees for the sake of disgreeing. Also, I wonder how she remains t...he star writer, if her last review is an year old?? My advice to her: Stop bitching, and learn to be humble.Read More

Commented on unbeatable_debu's review

Jan 21, 2004 09:01 AM

Does it work? As in, do the startup programs eat up so much resources as to slow down one's computer? I believe that one should think twice before shutting a process down. Maybe there is some antivirus process or something. Nice review, though. To the point. keep writing Saksham

Followed Cousin2

Jan 12, 2004 02:59 PM

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Commented on own review

Jan 11, 2004 02:50 AM

for all your comments. Kalyani, make sure you watch the movie at the first possible moment

Commented on mariner2's review

Jan 10, 2004 09:22 AM

Q: Did you like the review? A: I dont know. I think it was meant for children. But I did find the style quite imaginative. Will borrow it some time or the other. Saksham

Reviewed Fight Club -1999 Hollywood Movie

Jan 10, 2004 09:16 AM 1864 Views

(Updated Jan 10, 2004 09:16 AM)

''You have to be able to answer this question: If you died right now, ho would you feel about your life?'' Fight club is not your regular timepass stuff. It makes you sit up and take notice, and then you are glued! The plot is singular, and the developement extraordinary. The story is far-fet...Read more

Commented on barus's review

Dec 26, 2003 11:52 PM

but I didn't get your point. Right to do wat? myself I liked both the movie and the actor. Saksham

Commented on candyfloss's review

Nov 22, 2003 03:19 AM

I will be visiting Bombay next month. Now I know what I don't want to miss!! Saksham

Followed kalyaniraat

Nov 12, 2003 03:13 AM

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Commented on TheHayload's review

Nov 10, 2003 01:12 PM

for reading and commenting on my review. I see your point about being vague, especially after reading your review. Just wanted to clarify one thing - why I gave the movie such high rating after criticizing it left right and centre. This is because though the movie was not what I would have liked it ...to be, but it was worth a dekko in its its own right... the effects et al. Bye, and keep writing. SakshamRead More

Commented on own review

Nov 09, 2003 08:26 AM

Hey Lyla, So sorry to know about your sister-in-law. But I couldn't believe you have assigned more than 18000 ratings! Saksham

Commented on Deepshikha's review

Nov 09, 2003 08:22 AM

The piece is very informative and makes interesting (though scary) reading. Do keep coming up with similarly well-written articles, though I believe no one will mind brighter topics. Best, Saksham

Reviewed Finding Nemo Movie

Nov 09, 2003 08:11 AM 3014 Views

(Updated Nov 09, 2003 08:11 AM)

There are times when you want just pure entertainment. When you dont want to think or analyse (think Matrix-3), or chew your nails, but just lie back and enjoy. Finding Nemo is the movie for such moments. This animation comedy tells about an overprotective Dad (everyone's a fish, and no one a...Read more

Reviewed Matrix Revolutions Movie

Nov 07, 2003 11:37 AM 4780 Views

(Updated Nov 07, 2003 12:59 PM)

That's the way the world ends, That's the way the world ends, That's the way the world ends, Not with a bang but a whimper. The end of the trilogy could not have been more different than its beginning. Four years ago, the first Matrix took the world on roller coaster ride to a differ...Read more

Reviewed Catch-22 - Joseph Heller

Oct 12, 2003 05:53 AM 5645 Views

(Updated Oct 12, 2003 05:53 AM)

I was bored before I could finish the first fifty pages, and I told so to the guy who had recommended the book. He said, ''Carry on till about a hundred pages, and if you don't find it appealing, drop it. It's not your kind of book.'' Catch 22 may or may not be your kind of a book. But if you...Read more

Reviewed House For Mr Biswas, A - V S Naipaul

Oct 12, 2003 05:05 AM 7016 Views

(Updated Oct 12, 2003 05:05 AM)

A house for Mr. Biswas tells the tale of one Mr. Biswas (he is called by his second name, even as an infant), who is born ''unlucky'' and proves to be so when he fails in almost everything he does. The plot is simple. Mr. Biswas, since early childhood, has the misfortune of depending on peopl...Read more

Reviewed War And Peace - Leo Tolstoy

Aug 13, 2003 07:14 AM 8685 Views

(Updated Aug 13, 2003 07:14 AM)

I was getting a week off from my normally hectic schedule, and my local book club guy suggested I do some more serious reading than Harry Potter or Jeffery Archer. He handed me a copy of Tolstoy's ''War and Peace''. To be frank, the sheer bulk of the book was intimidating, and in the beginnin...Read more

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