2:00:00 – THE END This final 15-Minute Force chapter of Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones weighs in at just slightly over the quarter-hour mark. My DVD version officially ends at 2:22:20. But, the credits begin rolling at just under the 16-minute mark. 16-Minute Sith, maybe? I’m working on it… We begin where […]Read more "Star Wars: Attack Of The Clones (a 15-Minute Force production): Chapter Nine: 1,2,3,4…I Declare a Clone War!"
Goodbye, Tetch virus. Hello, Gotham Season 4. There were plenty of things to like in the third season. I liked the whole Mad Hatter and Captain Barnes/Executioner stuff. But, I did feel that the season seemed to lag a bit in the middle, and almost lost me as a viewer. But, I’ve already written about […]Read more "Gotham: Season 4: Episode 4.1 “A Dark Knight: Pax Peguina” — a review"
Almost every working comedian has a Netflix special these days. It’s the new normal. I was surprised to discover that Jerry Seinfeld filmed one as well until I learned that his show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (which I love, by the way) is making the leap from Crackle to Netflix. I figure the special […]Read more "Jerry Before Seinfeld: a Netflix special review"
A new television series set in the Star Trek universe is cause for celebration among those of us who consider ourselves Trekkies. As difficult as it is for me to fathom, the last Trek series, Star Trek: Enterprise, went off the air in 2005, twelve years ago as I write this. The gap between Star […]Read more "||[Boldly Going]|| Star Trek: Discovery: Episodes 1 & 2: a review and a celebration"
I can love a character without liking a character. While watching the second season of Transparent, it occurred to me that I didn’t really like any of the characters on this show. Maybe that’s a little harsh. I like Raquel the Rabbi, who is pregnant with Josh Pfefferman’s child during this season. And, I kinda […]Read more "Transparent: Season 2: a review"
1:45:01 – 2:00:00 As this chapter of the 15-Minute Force opens, Anakin and Padme are being led to giant columns in the Geonosian arena to be chained up for execution alongside Obi-Wan Kenobi. Anakin tells Obi-Wan that they transmitted his message to Coruscant (while we notice Padme removing some sort of lock-picking tool from the […]Read more "Star Wars: Attack Of The Clones (a 15-Minute Force production): Chapter Eight: We Snatch Defeat From The Jaws of Victory Several Times"
After reading dozens of reviews of “Old Wounds,” the pilot episode of Fox’s The Orville, I revisited my own review. I had been afraid that I had been too harsh. Compared to many that I read, my review was a glowing one. I hope that MacFarlane and his cast don’t read the reviews. Nothing breeds […]Read more "The Orville Revisited: Episode 1.2 “Command Performance”"
Now I’m current on the CW show iZombie. I just finished watching the third season on Netflix, with no further episodes to watch until Season 4 begins. Next year, I’d imagine. This season, only thirteen episodes, was more of what I’ve come to expect from promising-young-surgeon-turned-zombie-medical-examiner Liv Moore and her friends. Murder-of-the-week solved when Liv […]Read more "iZombie: Season 3: a review"
1:30:01 – 1:45:00 This chapter of the movie begins with everyone’s favorite pasttime: Political maneuvering. Chancellor Palpatine is meeting with a group that includes Mace Windu, Senator Bail Organa, and Jar Jar Binks. The consensus seems to be that they are in a crisis. It’s obvious that Count Dooku and the Trade Federation, […]Read more "Star Wars: Attack Of The Clones (a 15-Minute Force production): Chapter Seven: Count Dooku Makes A Few Good Points. Or, Padme Continues to Die a Little Each Day."
Enterprise gets a bad rap sometimes. It was the only post-TOS series (so far) to make it less than seven seasons. Here, at the end of the second season, I’m already more than halfway through the series’ entire 98 episodes. Here’s the thing, though. It’s not a bad show. So far, I’ve enjoyed the special […]Read more "|||Boldly Going||| Star Trek:Enterprise: Season 2: a review"