It is really good.
I get the excitement behind doing a pre-origin show like Gotham or Smallville. But I think it puts interesting limitations that the showrunners are unwilling to abide by. They want to set the show before the hero exists, so we can see the buildup to that heroic introduction. It does … Continue Reading Restraint Needed
Spoilers follow… Tragic death is kind of a way of life for the Walking Dead. By the end of the season, at least a couple seemingly big characters are killed. The series only has about four or five people left from the first season (Rick, Glenn, Carol, Carl and Morgan). … Continue Reading Walk On (Spoilers)
I watched the documentary Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief last night on HBO. It is a compelling portrait of where belief and total faith The Church of Scientology refused to participate in interviews, so their crying out about how the documentary does not interview active Scientologists rings hollow. But the … Continue Reading Clearing the Way
I am unsure what Nellie Andreeva is saying here. Okay. That is a lie. The short version is: There are to many non-white faced on TV these days. I am sure she would dispute this, claim I am misunderstanding her point. But, as is the case with any sea change, the pendulum … Continue Reading White Actors Need Roles Too!
I am getting excited for this series to hit.
So, the dynamic duo of Matt Fraction and Kelly Sue DeConnick have signed a deal with Universal television to adapt some of their properties to television. This opens some interesting options for them as well as their collaborators. I was a little surprised at their first work going forward under … Continue Reading Expanding Their Universe
I would have Peter Parker be in the MCU first. He would be the theatrical Spider-Man. Race optional. Could be black, hispanic, asian, white, etc. He would be in the Captain America: Civil War film. Then there would be an easter egg in Spidey’s film. at some point, we would … Continue Reading If I were in Marvels Shoes…
I think the obvious answer is that it is the only thing that keeps Sports Illustrated from completely folding and closing up shop.
So…there was one thing I was hoping Gotham’s creators would should strength and resolve to not being into the mix. There was one character that I thought should be left off the table. And certainly well past their first season. Just one. Well, I wish they would have avoided this … Continue Reading That’s No Joke
I was sick from Saturday through Tuesday…I was unable to sleep much…so I ended up doing some binge watching Netflix. I watched the last few seasons of Rules of Engagement a mildly amusing sitcom that lasted seven seasons and had just enough episodes to make it to syndication. I watched … Continue Reading Lazy 100