Day: October 5, 2016

Lethal Weapon Season 1 Episode 3: Best Buds Recap

If you would like to read a recap of last week’s episode, click here. This series lives or dies based on the relationship of Riggs and Murtaugh. I am definitely looking forward to learning more and more about them as the season progresses. This episode continued along those lines where the case connected more to the main story than most.

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Designated Survivor Season 1 Episode 3: The Confession Recap

If you would like to read a recap of last week’s episode, click here. Tom is finally starting to get the hang of being President but there is still a lot of work to be done. He is President but because of his lack of experience, not everyone sees him that way so there is still work to be done on that front. Part of the fun from this show is seeing that evolution. Also there is still an investigation into the bombing and the episode ended with an exciting development. How will this affect everything? Read more to find out.

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Sunshine Blogger Award #3

What a day it is!


I would like to thank RJ Reed Films for blessing me with this great honor with another Sunshine Blogger Award nomination. Even after the third, this never gets old.

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The Flash: Season Three Premiere Review

Let me start by saying I have mixed feelings about The CW as a network. On the surface, the majority of their shows are shallow romantic dramas that feature bits of predictable comic relief, à la Gossip Girl or One Tree Hill. On the other hand, they have mastered the art of creating addicting television that often falls into the category of being a guilty pleasure. “The CW-verse”, their interpretations of classic DC superheroes, is no different. Shows like Arrow and The Flash have their fair share of flat writing and romantic tension that seems best suited for a pre-teen audience, but in the end, they’re really good shows. If anything, it’s that “CW style” that makes these shows good. I don’t think a series about The Flash could run for several seasons on a network like HBO. These are supposed to be characters that channel our inner adolescence, an age when superheroes were idols for many of us, and having a show that caters to any age group does this.

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My 1000th Post!!! (Imperium Review)

Idealistic FBI agent Nate Foster (Daniel Radcliffe) goes undercover to take down a radical white supremacy terrorist group. The up-and-coming analyst must confront the challenge of sticking to a new identity while maintaining his real principles as he navigates the dangerous underworld of white supremacy.

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