One of the more anticipated Marvel Studios movies, after Captain America: Civil War of course, is Doctor Strange. Starring fan favorite Bendict Cumberbatch in the titular role, the film about Earth’s Sorcerer Supreme will premiere in November 2016. Meet me after the jump for a first look at the trailer and the poster for what promises to be a magical experience…
Oh, hi there, True Detective! How nice of you to finally show up, 7/8ths of a season later. Oh, I know you’ve given some hints that you were around, like in episode three and four, when you blew everyone away; but then you’d turn around and get lazy on me, spend an episode where your characters wander in circles for an hour, or one where you add a bunch of new plot lines that appear to have nothing to do with anything.
So really, TD, do you think you can just walk in here in seven hours late, with your taut storytelling, your character reveals, and your plot lines all nicely tied together and I’ll just forgive you? Well do you? Do you!!!!? Find out after the break.
CRAP! I had to go and waste a good “Game of Thrones” comparison way back in episode two of “True Detective,” didn’t I? For one stinking, surprising killing of a major character (who didn’t even stay dead!) Now what am I going to do? I can’t use the same line!
Hell with it, I’m going there again. “True Detective” interrupts a perfectly serviceable, quiet episode with a “Game of Thrones”-ian style blood bath that left you unable to look away from the screen (or take notes for a recap), find out what I think (as if you don’t already know) after the break.
“True Detective” kicked off its second season with an almost impossible task: How do you successfully follow up a first season that mystified and enraptured audience with an original, gordian-knot of a story, lush scenery and a score that translated onto the screen as visual poetry, and actors playing at the top of their game, bringing characters that still resonate a year later. The short answer is, ‘you don’t.’ Find out why after the break.
I love being one of the senior writers on Biff Bam Pop!, I get to interview such interesting people. I left off on Part One of my interview with Drew Nelson, who played Matt Sayles on FX’s hit vampire show, asking him what it was like to live and die on “The Strain.” We’ll pick up from there. Read the rest of this entry
The Vow! Safe House! Journey 2! The Phantom Menace – Biff Bam Pop’s Box Office Predictions, Weekend of February 10th, 2012
Three new films hit theatres this weekend – a romance, a thriller, a family adventure – alongside a 3D rerelease of a not-so-classic. Which of the four will the force be strong with? Here are our predictions: