Hush Comics gives “Selina Kyle” a B+ for it’s continual improvement, notably in setting a dark tone. The acting is a mixed bag, with main players like Cobblepot, Gordon and Falcone outshining the rest of the cast. If Gotham can get over the speed bumps of spelling out the entire story for viewers and avoid being too corny, it has the potential to keep us glued to the screen all season long.
“The Caretaker” was co-written by Gareth Roberts and Steven Moffat. This was probably the campiest and rom/com-iest episode since Capaldi
Spoiler City Ahead! Who doesn’t love a good heist story? This Doctor Who episode, “Time Heist,” is stylistically a lot like the
Hush Comics gives the Pilot episode of Gotham a B. While there were many eye-roll moments, and too many characters introduced at once, the dynamic between James Gordon and Carmine Falcone will keep me interested in what happens in Gotham.
Fall is here! It’s time for the leaves to change, white women to order the PSL, and for our DVR’s
I’ve been looking forward to this episode since I saw the first promo for it. It had the feel of
Beware! Spoilers below! I’ve been concerned about this episode ever since I first saw that the Doctor was going to
(SPOILERS AHEAD!!! DO NOT READ UNLESS YOU HAVE SEEN THE EPISODE!) Last week, we got to meet the new
FINALLY!!!! (Spoilers ahead!) Hasn’t it felt like forever since we’ve seen a new episode of Doctor Who?! Well, it’s only
Yesterday, the world lost a friend in Robin Williams. As we have talked about his life with our friends, we have realized how much Williams touched them; he was more than an actor, he was a teacher. He allowed people he never met to see the best in themselves, and along the way, we got to laugh, which made all this words, actions, impressions, roles, and stand-ups all the more memorable. Today, we celebrate the life of the legendary Robin Williams by recounting our experiences with his different works. Rest in Peace.