Monthly Archives: July 2011

Contemporary Wizardry or Myth is alive and well and carries a 12 3/4, walnut, dragon heartstring core wand.

Washington Post critic Ann Hornaday cites Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part Two as a film with biblical implications and “primal power.” In the dark, magical conclusion to an eight film long series she says an outsider may ask … Continue reading

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Reprogramming the Robot: Hindi Hits and Holiness

Shankar’s Endhiran, or Robot, is one of the biggest films you’ve never heard of.  Released in 2010, the film cost Rs.180 crores (approx US$40 million) and is currently the highest grossing Hindi film of all time. The story is a … Continue reading

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