Jonathan Roth takes kids on an adventure into space with the alien Beep and human boy Bob in ‘Too Much Space!’ — the first book in a new series for younger readers.
Each episode is its own little gem. Ugly Delicious is less of a David Chang extravaganza, and more of a true documentary. Think Vice; not Rachel Ray. If you like food shows (Chef’s Table, Mind of a Chef, etc), then chances are you love Ugly Delicious.
Gringo is one of those movies where you can see the promise. You can see how the pieces might better fit together to create that madcap comedy. Unfortunately, it has too much superfluous padding throughout.
Everything Sucks! is like Stranger Things and My So-called Life had a baby and its best friend is Boy Meets World. A show capitalizing on nostalgia, it still has all the heart you want from a high school drama.
Fans of Kirkman will be pleased with the debut of Oblivion Song and the world that the creative team has designed, it’s both comfortably in his wheelhouse and something new.
Thor: Ragnarok was something unlike we had ever seen before in the core Marvel Cinematic Universe films and in a lot of ways it shows the franchise’s true potential.
Death Wish isn’t a bad movie, which is surprising given Roth’s recent batch of flicks, but it is at a bad time. America is in the midst of a crisis on guns and gun violence and a movie that glorifies it is bound to sit poorly.
Red Sparrow is a fine enough flick, but certainly not needing to be seen in theaters. If you are into spy movies or JLaw then yeah, check it out as it dives headlong into an arena not frequently explored, but past that it doesn’t elevate the genre.
Lady and the Tramp is a great pick for fans of classic Disney films looking to revisit their own childhood or share a great film with their own kids. Definitely check it out. It’s out now on blu-ray combo pack!
The Twelfth Doctor: Year One is a pretty spectacular read, especially for all those Capaldi fans. This delightful romp into the Doctor Who universe is definitely aimed at the early days of the beloved Twelve.