Special Announcement: Taking a leap in 2021

July 27th, 2021 by

A few years ago, someone I know thought I should turn my blog site into a subscription site offering entertainment and book reviews, short stories, and more. However, I thought it was too much of a risk. This year with encouragement from additional people I know, I have chosen to find out if this idea […]

Get on Up: A 2014 film on the life of the Godfather of Soul, James Brown

March 29th, 2021 by

The 2014 film, Get on Up, takes an autobiographical look at the Godfather of Soul; James Brown starring Chadwick Boseman and directed by Tate Taylor.   Over the course of several years, I have seen documentaries on James Brown and several of his recorded concerts.   As a result, I think Chadwick nails Brown’s voice and his […]

Showtime: Penny Dreadful Entire S1

March 18th, 2021 by

I kept watching Showtime’s Penny Dreadful first season and the finale felt strong and did not disappoint. The major questions get an answer and the one story line left continues into the second and third (last season). Spoiler if you have not seen the show the story line that continues belongs to Vanessa. Sir Malcolm […]

The Heiress: Mandalorian Chapter 11

November 19th, 2020 by

In the episode the Heiress the Frog Lady reaches her destination and reunites with her husband. Next he lets Mando know how he can locate other Mandalorian. So while workers try to to make his ship able to fly again, he takes to an ocean vessel to head to the location told to him. However, […]

Netflix Series – The Imperfects: Warning Light Spoilers

September 23rd, 2022 by

Imperfects me think of Being Human, which began as a BBC iPlayer series and got an American remake. The original series featured a ghost (Annie Sawyer, portrayed by Lenora Crichlow), a werewolf (George Sands, portrayed by Russell Tovey), and a vampire (John Mitchel, performed by Aidan Turner). They choose to live together and try to...

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The Figo Affair: The Transfer that Changed Football

September 15th, 2022 by

In July of 2000, international Portuguese football (soccer) player Luis Figo, in his fifth year playing for Barcelona, got an offer from football (soccer) presidential contender Florentino Perez to buy his 63 million contract out from his current team if he chose to play for Madrid.   Figo felt torn. He loved living in Barcelona, affection...

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Extraordinary Attorney Woo Review

September 8th, 2022 by

The sixteen-episode Netflix series focuses on 27-year-old Woo Young-Woo, who graduated with honors from University but has trouble finding work because of her autism. She gets a break when someone her father knew from his university days, Han Seon-young, CEO of Hanbada, comes to him and requests he has his daughter re-apply to the firm....

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My Review of ESPN Films: Dickie V.

September 3rd, 2022 by

At the beginning of “Dicki V,” a documentary about ESPN’s Dick Vitale, a quote from him appears: “People that don’t know me think that basketball is my life 24/7. Trust me; there is much more to my life. My number one priority in my life is my family.”   In some ways, this shows in the documentary that celebrates Vitale’s...

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Marvel’s She-Hulk Airing Thursdays on Disney+

August 27th, 2022 by

I saw two episodes of Marvel’s She-Hulk, and I find it quirky. In the first episode, Jennifer catches up with her cousin Bruce as they go for a drive, then a spacecraft hits the car from the front causing it to roll over. Both Bruce and Jennifer get cuts, his blood mixes with hers, and […]

Netflix’s The Sandman: Morpheus

August 20th, 2022 by

I chose to wait for season two if Netflix decided to renew The Sandman to tell my thoughts on both seasons and what I hope would be the growth of the actor playing the main character – Morpheus (Tom Sturridge). Then I heard about a bonus episode split between animation and going to the live […]

Review of Netflix Doc – D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?

August 6th, 2022 by

Approximately fifty years ago, in November of 1971, a man in a suit, dress shoes, and wearing sunglasses to shield his eyes boarded an airplane flying from Portland to Seattle. He gave a note to a flight attendant and ordered her to read it. She read it and then sat down beside the man where...

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Spoiler Heavy – Umbrella Academy S3 Review

July 22nd, 2022 by

At the end of season two, the siblings saved the world a second time, but after confronting their father, Reginal, in 1963, he changed course and adopted six other kids. Only the seventh Ben is familiar to them, but instead of being a ghost, he is alive. However, this Ben is not loving and kind;...

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My Review of Ms. Marvel aka Kamala Khan

June 25th, 2022 by

High school student Kamala Khan adores Captain Marvel, aka Carol Danvers, so much that she daydreams about her daily. The daydreams take her mind off the hurdles of being a teenager and seeing her brother getting more respect from their parents than her. Kamala would like to get more respect, like her older brother does,...

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Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers Movie

June 17th, 2022 by

Chip n Dale: Rescue Rangers is a cute Disney movie that mixes live-action with animation. The days of their cartoon show and the royalty checks to go with them have long disappeared, and their friendship has soured since Dale decided to go off on his own to do 00 Dale.   Sadly when he made this move,...

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