HBO’s The Young Pope is without a doubt one of the best new shows in a young 2017. It’s thought provoking and witty and redefining what we’ve come to expect from an HBO drama. That being said, every show has those episodes that are crucial to the story but still seem to lack excitement. Episodes three and four of The Young Pope were just that, crucial and interesting but still a bit boring.
If you would like to see the nominations and my predictions for this year’s Razzie Awards, click here. While those celebrated the worst films of 2016, the Academy Awards (or Oscars), as we all know, celebrate the best. This year’s nominations were today and you’ve probably read countless prediction posts already but here’s mine with links to respective reviews. Categories where I haven’t seen any of the movies have been omitted. If we happen to see more movies before the ceremony, I will update this post.
If you are unsure about this week’s DVD, Blu-Ray, or digital releases, maybe my site’s reviews can help. Click the posters for the reviews (if applicable) and you now have the option to buy them on Amazon or buy or rent them on iTunes directly from this post.
If you would like to read my review of the last episode, click here.
If you would like to read my recap of the last episode, click here.
Quantico is back and now on Mondays. I’m not exactly sure the reason for the day change but here we are. The whole terrorist subplot has held the season back so far and both timelines lack any payoff. The mid-season finale, however, hinted at possible resolution. Let’s see if it will be a step in the right direction.