That was a great first episode for season 6 of Game of Thrones entitled “The Red Woman”. There won’t be any spoilers here but if you would like to read what I thought about it, feel free to visit my Twitter timeline here. I’ll just say that the end made me very interested in the next episode. If you would like to watch a preview of next week’s episode entitled “Home”, you can watch the video below. Because of its potentially spoiler-ish nature, please continue to the next page. As always, you can follow me on Twitter as I will continue to live tweet as many episodes as I can.
CIA agent Bill Pope (Ryan Reynolds) dies while traveling to a secret location to meet a hacker named Jan Stroop (Michael Pitt) who can launch missiles at will. Desperate to find his whereabouts, officials turn to an experimental neurosurgeon named Dr. Franks (Tommy Lee Jones) who can transfer memories from one brain to another. The guinea pig for the procedure is Jericho Stewart (Kevin Costner), a violent and dangerous death-row inmate. Now gifted with Pope’s skills and knowledge, Stewart must race against time to stop a sinister international conspiracy.
Since I’ve started this site, I’ve written a lot of reviews. In case you missed some of my earlier ones, I would like to share an older review of “No Escape” which originally appeared here.
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Since I’ve started this site, I’ve written a lot of reviews. In case you missed some of my earlier ones, I would like to share an older review of “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” which originally appeared here.
Continue reading “Classic Review: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (2015)”
Sixtysomething spinster named Doris Miller (Sally Field) attempts to woo her much younger co-worker John Freemont (Max Greenfield) after she attends a self-help seminar led by a man named Willy Williams (Peter Gallagher). To her surprise, she is soon welcomed into John’s social circle, although her new and exciting life strains her relationship with her longtime best friend Roz (Tyne Daly).