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, […]

My Sense of the Book of Boba Fett Series

January 16th, 2022 by

Before The Book of Boba Fett aired, I got some education on the character and his world by watching youtube videos on Star Wars Theory Channel. As I watched the videos I got of sense of Boba Fett. He is proficient in various fighting styles, handling different weapons, giving commands, demanding respect, operating weapons systems,...

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Review of Season One of Brit Box’s The Bay

January 13th, 2022 by

Family Liason Officer, DS Lisa Armstong ring curls her blond bob puts on a form-fitting dress and heads out the door for a night out with her women friends. They head downtown to a bar where a man named Sean takes a strong interest in Lisa. They chat and then head outside for a quickie...

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The Summit of the Gods: Available on Netflix

December 30th, 2021 by

The Netflix anime film The Summit of the Gods takes the Magna it is based on by Jirô Taniguchi’s and brings it to life. (Note Taniguchi adapted Baku Yumemakura’s 1998 novel to write the Magna.) The anime shows Japan and mountains from around the world in vivid detail. However, although the film has a Japanese...

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Spoilers: The Witcher Season 2 Now on Netflix

December 22nd, 2021 by

My friend Wes, bless him, did a post-Friday on Facebook on Witcher Season 2. It reminded me to hop on Netflix to begin watching the new season. It took me three days to get through eight episodes. I chose to stretch it out because I watched season one at once. I want to state I...

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Fast Color 2019 Movie Streaming on Netflix

December 18th, 2021 by

The movie Fast Color tells the story of Ruth (Gugulethu Sophia Mbatha-Raw), who like Marvel’s Quake, can cause seismic vibrations on Earthquake levels. However, unlike the Marvel hero, Ruth is not a skilled fighter, and she hates her powers. She did attempt to like her powers and understand them with the help of her mother...

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The School of Chocolate: Now Streaming on Netflix

December 5th, 2021 by

Sometime in the early 1980s, I found Jeff Smith’s PBS cooking show and soon I was hooked. Eventually I would try Smith’s recipes and other chef recipes with varying results. Although I have not tried a recipe in months, my desire to watch baking and cooking shows remains constant. The latest show I saw is […]

Masters of the Universe: Revelation on Netflix (Spoilers)

November 28th, 2021 by

Just before Thanksgiving part two of Masters of the Universe Revelation came out on Netflix!! The story is simple. As He-man. Prince Adam sacrifices himself to save Eternia. The kingdom mourns the great loss of their hero and then it gets revealed to King Ragnor and to Teela that both Adam and He-man are the same person. King Ragnor is stunned and feels...

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The Original Cowboy Bebop Series

November 24th, 2021 by

Nearly two decades ago I saw Cowboy Bebop and fell head over heals for it. I thought it slick, funny, and dramatic – all blended together into a wacky action/cowboy/space adventure series. I consumed episode after episode until one day it was off the television stations. Until the live action version came out on Netflix...

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The Sparks Brothers Documentary

November 14th, 2021 by

Edgar Wright’s documentary on Ron and Russell Mael is a deep dive into their music. It opens with their fans, many famous admirers including Jason Schwartzman, Neil Gaiman, Patton Oswald, Flea, and Beck along with the brothers themselves share how their drive, creativity and humor has carried them over five decades of performing music. The brothers grew up in...

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Baking Impossible: Season 1 on Netflix

October 17th, 2021 by

Baking Impossible blends two things I like about baking the artistic, engineering, and baking except the engineering its taken up several notches. We are not talking about making a cake spin or to get smoke to come out of a cake dragon. Instead the baker and engineer have to combine their skills and do critical […]