REVIEW: The Gentlemen (2020)

The Gentlemen has always been a bittersweet prospect for me because it meant director Guy Ritchie would not return to helm the proposed third installment of his Sherlock Holmes series. Despite this, I was excited to see one of my favorite directors return to his roots after big-budget films like King Arthur: Legend of the …

REVIEW: Star Trek: Picard – Season 1, Episode 1 “Remembrance”

After I watched Star Trek: Nemesis in 2002 with my dad and grandpa, I never thought I’d see Captain Jean-Luc Picard again. This was a sentiment that Picard’s portrayer, Patrick Stewart, had shared for many years. So when it was announced that he would be returning to the role that he made famous for a …

REVIEW: Arrow – Season 8, Episode 9 “Livin’ in the Future”

After last week’s conclusion of “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” I didn’t see the need for Arrow to continue. While I was excited to see what this backdoor pilot was going to look like, I hoped this would be a separate entity, as I wanted the final season of Arrow to focus on Stephen Amell, so …

REVIEW: Bad Boys For Life (2020)

Bad Boys For Life picks up years after the previous film in the series. Mike and Marcus are still Bad Boys, but Marcus is starting to feel his mortality and wants to retire to be around for his newly born grandchild. But when a figure from Mike’s past comes back to haunt him, the Bad …

“Crisis On Infinite Earths” CW Crossover Event, Parts 4-5

“Crisis on Infinite Earths” has been lackluster for me so far. The posters for the second half did little to up my enthusiasm, with Stephen Amell looking rather uncomfortable with his hands outstretched. Perhaps I’m just used to seeing him with a bow, but something felt off. Nevertheless, I continued with the crossover in the …

REVIEW: Cats (2019)

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats opened in London in 1981 and on Broadway in 1982 and has since become a global phenomenon. Consisting of lyrics from T. S. Elliot’s book of poems Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats and featuring Webber’s music, it is largely considered to be the prototypical megamusical, redefining what a stage musical …