TV SERIES Review: The Mandalorian Season 1 Episode 1 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️½

Now available on Disney+ as of today 11/12/2019, you can see some old school Star Wars in the new TV series: The Mandalorian. I can take you in warm …. or I can take you in cold – The Mandalorian Here is what the bounty hunter’s mark looks like: Episode 1 “Chapter 1” ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️½ The … Continue reading TV SERIES Review: The Mandalorian Season 1 Episode 1 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️½

With Parks Closed and Theaters Crippled, Disney Plans To Spend (a lot?) More On Streaming

In 2019, Disney was the beneficiary of some 40%+ of all movie theater revenue. A year later and nobody, Disney certainly included, is making the kind of money they did last year at theaters. Disney’s response? Let’s focus even more on streaming. The article that is linked below doesn’t say they are abandoning theaters completely, … Continue reading With Parks Closed and Theaters Crippled, Disney Plans To Spend (a lot?) More On Streaming

Star Trek: Lower Decks Annoys More Than Entertains, I’m Out!

Episode #8 is now out for Star Trek: Lower Decks, if my interest and excitement for the show was there, I would be watching and reviewing right now. Nope. After struggling to find any merit behind Star Trek: Picard, I doubted the desire to ever review another live action Star Trek TV series from Alex … Continue reading Star Trek: Lower Decks Annoys More Than Entertains, I’m Out!

George Lucas is not coming back, Star Wars Fans, he is 75+ years old – and leave Kathleen Kennedy alone already

As a general rule at this site, I try to stay away from responding to internet rumors. Often in my daily online reading travels, I come across “news” that is 99% speculation, rumor and hyperbole and 1% or less true news. Most of this I don’t bother covering or responding here. Why waste your time … Continue reading George Lucas is not coming back, Star Wars Fans, he is 75+ years old – and leave Kathleen Kennedy alone already

All 26 Harley Quinn Episodes Ranked and Reviewed from first two seasons

It’s been a fun, entertaining journey following, watching and reviewing weekly releases of episodes for every new Harley Quinn adult animated TV show on DC Universe. Those reading have already seen the reviews and during season 1 I ranked the episodes each week. In season 2 I decided to wait until the season was over … Continue reading All 26 Harley Quinn Episodes Ranked and Reviewed from first two seasons

Mackenzie Davis thinks another Terminator sequel would be “quite insane” – I disagree

Sequels are less desirable than new movies, sure, but sequels aren’t the problem. Bad sequels are. Terminator: Dark Fate ⭐️⭐️½ , in my opinion, was a bad sequel. I don’t want to rehash all the reasons that support my thinking (for those curious, see: 20+ Reviews – Terminator: Dark Fate is Ironic, Prophetic Title), but let’s look … Continue reading Mackenzie Davis thinks another Terminator sequel would be “quite insane” – I disagree

CBS All Access Working on Greatly Expanded Library For Release in 2021

CBS All Access seemingly has realized its Achilles heel: it’s working on adding more content to attract and hold subscribers. As long at CBS owns The Twlight Zone, I’ll be at least marginally interested in their service, and season 2 of Jordan Peele’s version will be available June 25 (see: FIRST LOOK: The Twilight Zone … Continue reading CBS All Access Working on Greatly Expanded Library For Release in 2021

Movies Fathers Would Want To Watch With Their Children

First and most importantly, Happy Father’s Day to fathers everywhere. Spending time with your children with a movie is a great idea and, frankly, watching just about any age-appropriate film is worthwhile. With that said, movie lists are always subjective. Results can differ wildly among people’s movie tastes. I’m a father and grandfather, so my … Continue reading Movies Fathers Would Want To Watch With Their Children

Spinning Yarns – Differing Viewpoints on Why HBO Max Not On Roku and Amazon Fire

Spin cycle on agitate … if you are a customer. Currently, you can’t access HBO Max on Roku or Amazon Fire TV devices, and if you’ve subscribed to HBO through Roku Channels or Prime Video Channels you’re also out of luck. That’s frustrating for customers who use those platforms, and it obviously will inhibit HBO … Continue reading Spinning Yarns – Differing Viewpoints on Why HBO Max Not On Roku and Amazon Fire

Virtual Locations vs. Real Locations Should Be Reducing Budgets, Yes?

The following article makes a case for why many movie budgets are (way!) out of control. If more green screen work can be done in virtual locations that should be saving a ton of money over visiting physical locations to shoot. “You don’t need to hop from exotic location to exotic location for a day … Continue reading Virtual Locations vs. Real Locations Should Be Reducing Budgets, Yes?