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Pilot Episode Reviews | The Mentalist | English TV Serial

Pilot Episode Reviews | The Mentalist | English TV Serial

We have introduced you to English TV Series Mentalist in this introductory article about the same. And we promised that we will keep updating you with our views and reviews for the same episode wise. So let us begin our journey with the first episode Pilot. TV Serial : The Mentalist Season : Season 1 Episode # : 1 Episode Title : Pilot Originally Aired : 23 Sep 2008 Director : David Nutter Writer : Bruno Heller Starring : Simon Baker (Patrick Jane), Robin Tunney (Teresa Lisbon), Tim Kang (Kimball Cho), Owain Yeoman (Wayne Rigsby), Amanda Righetti (Grace Van Pelt), ... Read More »

24 | US TV Series On DVD | Introductory Reviews

24 | US TV Series On DVD | Introductory Reviews

Being a fan of thrillers we like – 24 – US TV Series. The idea behind the series is having 24 episodes, 1 hour each, to represent a day in the life of the main characters. The protagonist is associated with an Anti-Terrorist Unit and he face a challenge to save his country and loved ones from the people with ill intentions. Initially some people didn’t consider the idea very fascinating or having any potential. But when implemented the TV Serial become very much popular and then rest is the history. Well, so far, 204 episodes of the TV series ... Read More »

The Mentalist | English TV Serial On DVD | Introductory Reviews

If you like thriller fictions, you surely love detective fictions. You then have a special place in your mind/heart for Sherlock Holmes, Miss Marple, Hercule Poirot, Byomkesh Bakshi, Feluda, Sam D’Silva, Karamchand, Remington Steele,… (well, the list is very long 🙂 ) and others. To add to the same genere came the TV serial The Mentalist. Patrick Jane, the fictional lead character plays a consultant to CBI (California Bureau of Investigation). He is not a spy nor a detective. He is good a psychological analysis of people and events. His observation skills are great. He is not a brave fighter ... Read More »

Outsourced by Maya Kavita | Book Review

Outsourced by Maya Kavita | Book Review

If you are familiar with Information Technology Industry, the chances are high that you have heard the term outsourcing. In simple words, when you send some work to be done from within your firm to another firm (usually in different country), it is known as outsourcing. It is mainly associated with Information Technology industry because majority of their data, coding or other business aspects are in the digital format and hence it is easy to transfer anywhere in the globe using the Internet. Usually countries like USA, UK (and others) send such work to countries like India, China and others. ... Read More »

Peril at End House | Agatha Christie’s Poirot | TV Serial | Season 2 | Episode 1 | Personal Reviews

Peril at End House | Agatha Christie’s Poirot | TV Serial | Season 2 | Episode 1 | Personal Reviews

Peril at End House is the first episode of season 2 of the fantastic British TV Serial Agatha Christie’s Poirot. It explores the story of the same name written by Agatha Christie, and remains almost faithful to the same. TV Serial : Agatha Christie’s Poirot Season : Season 2 Episode # : 1 Episode Title : Peril at End House Originally Aired : 07 Jan 1990 Starring : David Suchet (Hercule Poirot), Hugh Fraser (Captain Arthur Hastings), Philip Jackson (Inspector James Japp), Pauline Moran (Miss Felicity Lemon), Polly Walker (Nick Buckley), Carol MacReady (Mildred Croft), Jeremy Young (Bert Croft), Jenny ... Read More »

Being Poirot | Journey Of An Actor | Personal Views

Being Poirot | Journey Of An Actor | Personal Views

Recently we had a chance to watch the 50 minute video called “Being Poirot”. For all the Agatha Christie fans, “Agatha Christie’s Poirot” has been a sheer delight. The series started on 8th January, 1989 and went on for thirteen seasons filmed over 25 years until it ended on 13 November 2013. The work boasts of adaptation of every single piece of work that Agatha Christie wrote including Hercule Poirot, including the one wherein he dies. Agatha Christie wrote this story in early 1940s, but did not allow for its publication until after her death. And the shock at the ... Read More »