MasterChef Canada: Season 6 had some pretty big shoes to fill. Season 5 seemed like the levels of the home cooks was coming back up again. I was a little disappointed with season 4 and season 5 kind of got my hopes back up. It was a bit of a surprise that they'd have such a child prodigy come into the MasterChef kitchen and clean out the competition.
Wayne's World 2 is one of those rare sequels that I'll probably watch over again if it's playing. I haven't seen this movie for quite some time and I forgot how fun it was. The pure silliness of the movie and the fact that it satires a lot of tremendously popular things of the time keeps me coming back. It's sort of a time capsule of fun that transports me back to the 90's whenever I see it.
Da 5 Bloods had an amazing trailer that excited me for its release. It looked like a movie about war veterans coming back to Vietnam to look for treasure that they had buried back in the day. What we got was a lot more than a simple treasure hunting movie. As with many Spike Lee movies it's a study in the characters and the environment that they live in. It's a pretty interesting movie and although there were some interesting sidebars to the movie it was entertaining.
I'm No Longer Here had a pretty compelling trailer that made me anticipating on it's release on Netflix. It's about this kid that comes from Mexico that has to come to America. I thought it was going to be a pretty light teen drama but it turned out to be much more than this. It's an incredibly deep study into the psyche of a teenager that had been plucked from his life in small town in Mexico called Monterrey and placed in the middle of New York city. I was completely entranced by this movie.
Drowning is not necessarily the game that I usually play. It was on sale on the PSN network for $1.25 for the PlayStation 4. How can you go wrong when a digital game is that cheap? It costs less than a streaming movie rental. So I thought I would check it out thinking it was an interesting premise and the price was right.
The Masked Singer: Season 3 started off with some much anticipation. They had just come from probably their best season with season 2. So hopes were high for this season. I'm glad that they recognized the success of their new show and doubled down on the series however it kind of stunted the show. I found that they really milked this season. This was probably the biggest problem that I had with this season.