If you would like to read a recap of the last episode, click here. While the last episode did little to advance the plot, offering a rather filler episode about a Russian double agent, the midseason finale promises to do more and answer some lingering questions. Who is Leo’s real father? Who is Catalan and what does he have to do with the Capitol bombing? What crisis will Tom have to face this week?
The best reviewed movie on my site for the month of November is:
This is a brief review of last night’s episode of The Flash that is part of a four-night crossover event on the CW featuring Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, and The Legends of Tomorrow. I will have a full review of the crossover week after it concludes on Thursday so be sure to check back for more.
Oh yeah, that show is still on. If you would like to read my recap of the last episode, click here. So it’s been awhile since it last aired. I kind of forgot about it. The episode was starting to tie in with Doctor Strange with the Darkhold subplot and it introduced us to Robbie’s origin story. But where do they go from here and where are Coulson, Robbie, Fitz, and co.?
If you are unsure about the movies and TV shows coming out this week on DVD/Blu-Ray in Canada (and perhaps elsewhere), maybe my site’s reviews can help:
If you would like to read a recap of last week’s episode, click here. In a season that has mostly dragged on at a mostly sluggish pace, the last episode showed showed promise as several big showdowns appear to be on the horizon. With Lee and Mario’s wedding coming up, there is sure to be some fireworks there as well. Let’s hope that this episode gives the season a little clearer direction (and at least a green-eyed monster).
We are now a week away from the finale of Westworld and chapter 9 did all it could to set us up for something great. This week gave us several reveals that have been brewing for weeks and now it feels like we are starting new, not knowing what to expect. Continue reading “Westworld Season 1 Episode 9: The Well-Tempered Clavier Review”
Based on a series of short stories by author Maile Maloy, Certain Women follows the lives of three women who live in Montana: A lawyer, played by Laura Dern, who has a rocky bond with one of her clients, a married woman named Gina, played by Michelle Williams, who plans to build a house from the ground up with her husband, and a ranch hand named Jamie, played by Lily Gladstone, who falls for a law school student played by Kristen Stewart who seems unaware of the feelings that Jamie has for her.
The sixth season of American Horror Story recently wrapped up and it was by far the most unique installment of the anthology series we have seen thus far. If you’ve been following my weekly recaps, you know I had mixed feelings on the season. There were some really good episodes, and then there were some that not only fell flat but were outright unnecessary. To recap the season, I’ll look at three different categories – the plot, characters, and visuals – and then give my favorite episode and overall thoughts. I’ll warn you now, though, there will generally be a disappointed tone to my thoughts on the season. Ok, let’s begin.