Anudder Movie Review  – Shazam!

Anudder Movie Review – Shazam!

Has D.C.'s turning of the cinematic corner continued? Director David F. Sanbourne brilliantly injects the feels of 80s films like 'Big' and 'Goonies' and others as he tells his original version of Shazam....

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Episode 163 – Anudder The Cast

Episode 163 – Anudder The Cast

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If You’ve Missed The Last Two Episodes Of ‘The Orville’…Our Condolences.

by | Mar 1, 2019 | Entertainment News | 0 comments

Actually, ignore that whole headline.
Because if you’ve missed the last two episodes, it’s probably because you’ve never watched the show.
And if you’ve never watched the show, <em><strong>do not</strong></em> start with the last two episodes.

<em>’Identity Part One'</em>, and<em> ‘Identity Part Two'</em> are perhaps the greatest bit of network television I have seen in my adult life.
Not since ‘The Best Of Both Worlds’ on <em>’Star Trek: The Next Generation'</em>, has there been such a compelling story arc on a science fiction show.
Not since The Borg, has there been a more menacing threat than the one introduced in the last two episodes.
I can’t tell you what it is because that would ruin it.

And I know what you’re about to say…
<em>”Dude, The Orville is just a goofy Star Trek ripoff and this whole thing sounds like a lift from exactly what you’ve just mentioned! Do you even go to Trek cons?”
</em>To that I say…perhaps. Sorta. In a way. Oh, and no…I don’t go to Trek cons. Do they still have those, actually?
Anyway, if it was a lift, it was a magnificent lift.
It was jaw dropping, it was compelling, it had a build that began in Season One, and pulled the rug out from under you just now.
Moreover, the visuals on these two episodes can only be described as cinematic, and the money spent on the space battle in ‘Part Two’ could probably feed a small country for 6 months.

If you’re a Sci-Fi fan who’s not watching…you’re really missing out.
<em>’The Orville'</em> is a show that does all the right things in the most correct, and sometimes incredibly odd ways, and it delivers brilliant social commentary as it does it.

Go find it tonight on Hulu, and click ‘Play’ on Season One.

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