One day in and Jeopardy! is already looking for a another hosts. Mike Richards recorded one episode for the 38th season yesterday and then immediately stepped down this morning reports Variety. But is anyone really surprised?
Everything in “Reminiscence” is stylistic from the costumes to the dialogue. Yes, the characters say and do things that real people don’t say in real life. But this isn’t a movie about real life.
The Ultimate Surfer appears to be a unique show all its own. It’s a sports competition series, but it wasn’t shot out in the ocean but within World Surf League’s “Surf Ranch” in Lemoore, California.
In addition to the top 10 movies of the week and an assortment of movie reviews, Writer of Pop has added a new feature on the Movies page. Coming Soon lists some of the newest movies coming our way in the near future. Each feature lists the film’s director, the main stars of the film, the film studio and the release date. Check it out!
Gene Roddenberry’s son Rod has been working with legendary “Star Trek” visual artists on a decades-long collaboration with OTOY and other partners to capture and preserve Gene’s work for future generations to experience.
The #RespectMovie cast is packed with talent, soul, and a whole lot of respect for the Queen’s legacy.
One of my complaints about some modern late night talk shows is that the “talk” parts have been reduced down to just mere minutes while the rest of the show is filled with goofy games or self-indulgent song numbers. Not so here. “Hart to Heart” is closer in style to Dick Cavett’s show than Jimmy Fallon’s, which is both good and bad.
Overall, I wouldn’t go out of my way to watch this show, but I am surprised that for how silly this show is, it was actually enjoyable to watch. Bell and Shepard are adorable and frankly, make for great hosts.
“The Suicide Squad” is one of the most violent and gory film that I have ever seen and yet I am somewhat embarrassed to say that I ended up really liking it.