Tag Archive: intrigue


Constants


No, this post isn’t about math, not in the literal manner, anyway.

I have been, well, observing(Pun intended) my life and others as of late, and have come to a veritable conclusion.

Its about time, this time. (The pun wasn’t intentional this time. Damn, there it is again.) Continue reading

The Good and The Bad


This one is a conclusion drawn from a lot of observations.

I believe that no person is bad, or rather evil in actuality, it is only the means which they use to fulfil their goals that distinguishes them from the so called ‘good’ people. For instance, an office worker earns money by doing insanely monotonous paper work while a member of any crime syndicate kills people to earn the same buck, the goal being the same, the means to achieve it defines a person in our society. Although there are many alternative examples, the gist of it will still result to be the same, provided you can look at an act of killing like any other job (you’re a part of society too, you know).

It is this very perspective with which the society has come to see the people that has influenced the actions and the how they are treated. Continue reading

The ‘Intrigue’ Element


Lets talk about the rising trend of story writing in Hollywood.

Have you ever noticed that the most popular movies or TV shows are the ones which have excessively mysterious plots? For instance, some TV shows like LOST, FRINGE, etc (Yes, I am a J.J. Abrams fan) and of course, Inception and also a lesser known film Cloverfield(See? I am a fan).
Why are they so immensely successful? Continue reading