Author Archives: Jim Knipp

The Flash S01 E03: Things you can’t Outrun

fla1When Glenn asked me to guest blog and write a review about The Flash, I thought, what could go wrong?  I mean, it’s about a guy who can travel at the speed of light… the show couldn’t be more than 30 seconds long, right?  I should be able to hammer out a post in like a minute, then it’s back to obsessively reading 20 year old back issues of X-Men on my Marvel Unlimited app trying to figure out exactly how many times Jean Grey actually died.  Find out what I thought about Central City’s Big Red blur after the break.

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Movie Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes dominated the box office this past weekend, almost sending the Transformers into its own Age of Extinction. Just as it did in the 1970s, it seems the country is gripped in Planet of the Apes mania once again. Biff Bam Pop! contributor Jim Knipp got out to the movies this weekend and saw it for himself. Check out his thoughts, after the jump.

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Game of Thrones S04 E10: The Children

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New alliances form, many new paths are chosen, and important characters fall like Wildlings from the Wall as the world turning season 4 finale of “Game of Thrones” once again leaves Westeros in turmoil and more than a few of us scratching our heads, wondering where the series goes from here.  More after the break.

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Game of Thrones S04 E09: The Watchers on the Wall

Well, HBO has thrown us a Clayton Kershaw worthy curveball:  They’ve given us an episode 9 of “Game of Thrones” that focused on one plot line, kept us close to a single group of characters, had no real surprise deaths,  and in the single most expensive episode ever filmed in the series, did absolutely nothing that I’ve been haughtily (if silently) predicting all season for this particular episode.

 

…proving I know even less than this guy...

…proving I know even less than this guy…

Find out what unfolded with “The Watchers on the Wall,” after the break!

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Game of Thrones S04 E08: The Mountain and the Viper

 

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So much to talk about with our return to Westeros.  We have betrayals old (and newly discovered) and new, the return of our favorite crazy redhead, promises kept, perfect lies, and the fate of two second-borne sons.  More after the break.

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The Five Stages of a Game of Throneless Week

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So… there’s no “Game of Thrones” this week.  HBO has decided they didn’t want to waste anyone’s time airing tonight’s episode because really, who wouldn’t rather spend the evening getting bit by mosquitoes, eating seven-hour old, Salmonella-infused chicken, and arguing with drunk relatives about Obamacare than visiting the Seven Kingdoms and beyond, sharing in swordplay and song, gallantry and treason, bloodshed and boobies?

 

Me….I would rather!

Me… I would rather!

Needless to say, it’s been a rough week in KnippKnopp-land knowing that this void would be filling my Sunday night; and I’m sure  it has been for you as well.  So I wanted to help you through it by sharing the five stages of a Game of Throneless Sunday. More after the break.

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Game of Thrones S04 E07: Mockingbird

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Lessons abound in Episode seven, as Tyrion continues to learn who his friends are, Brienne and Podrick discover a new path, Arya and Daeny both learn some anatomy (each of a completely different sort), and an important character receives flying lessons.  More after the break.

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Game of Thrones S04 E06: The Laws of Gods and Man

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An exciting new city unfolds on the opening credits, a King fails his credit check, a big sister goes on a rescue mission, a Queen discovers exactly how heavy a crown can be, a trial begins in betrayal, a whole lot of inspiring speeches get shouted through gritted teeth, and a quick moving and tense episode six sets us up for and exciting final four episodes (and can I tell you how much it hurts to write that?)  Find out more after the break.

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