I like the new Doctor and her companions, but their first set of adventures felt rather underwhelming.
And let the speculation, analysis, and fan theories begin.
Coming soon: Archaeological adventures, Batman, a superhero family, Wyld Stallyns, Captain Holt, dystopic satire, and more.
With “Rosa,” Doctor Who delivered an excellent, emotionally affecting episode about a pivotal moment in American history.
Coming soon: Giant robot lion action, Thanos and the Infinity Stones, the ultimate action star, Detective Frank Drebin, Bill Murray’s existentialism, and more.
Good or bad, Netflix’s remake won’t affect Cowboy Bebop’s status or legacy one bit.
Also: Jet Li, Buster Scruggs, Chuck Norris, Jackie Chan, and King Arthur.
Two episodes in, and already I like Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor way more than Peter Capaldi’s.
I’m particularly struck by the series’ skewed aesthetic, which feels like Blade Runner by way of Terry Gilliam.
Also: Wesley Snipes vampire action, Kingpin’s return, Tim Burton’s Christmas, a Stanley Kubrick epic, and more.
Also: Douglas Adams, Clint Eastwood, lots of Wes Anderson, Kevin Costner in Sherwood Forest, and one of the great car movies of all time.
Also: Kevin Smith’s debut, Keanu Reeves, Anton Chigurh, The Good Place, Jet Li, High Noon, and the Blair Witch.
If you haven’t been to your local library in awhile, then you might be in for a pleasant surprise.
Also: Spike Jonze sci-fi, Jean-Claude Van Damme, a South Korean blockbuster, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, and a Mel Brooks classic.
Also: Nicolas Cage’s treasure protecting, Thor loses his hammer, Hellboy, Scottish drug addicts, and Michael Bay mayhem.
Also: Hellboy, a Danish post-apocalypse, Stallone vs. Snipes, Tonya Harding, Kubrick by way of Spielberg, and classic 007.
Also: Liu Kang and Shang Tsung, Jack Sparrow, South Korean superheroics, Sam Raimi noir, and The Man With No Name.