I don't know when I started watching American Ninja Warriors, but I've been keeping up with this program for quite some time. In fact, it's been so long that some of the contestants that I watch on the show have become somewhat celebrities to me. I know them by names now and they all feel like some sort of TV family now.
I didn't know how studios could possibly pull off a live-action Pokemon movie, but they did it. It's a story of its own that doesn't make any mention of the original cast of Ash, Misty, Brock, and Team Rocket. That would be an interesting movie right there.
First and foremost, Canada has been and will always be a country that prides itself with hockey. It has a huge history of greats, stories of glory and humiliating defeat. I guess that's what building a culture is all about; a collective experiencing high and low moments together.
Tales from the Tour Bus is an interesting concept that I think could have been influenced from The Chappelle Show. Dave Chappelle made skits with Charlie Murphy narrating his recollection of stories in the past when he used to hangout with his famous brother Eddie. He used to be able to hangout with tons of stars. Tales from the Tour Bus reminded me so much about Charlie Murphy's Rick James, Prince story in The Chappelle Show.
In the last episode, we saw the fall of King's Landing by Daenerys on top of her dragon with her army of Unsullied and Dothraki. It was epic and it had been brooding for a a long time.
I had a lot of hesitation when I first heard the concept of Overlord. The movie trailers was typical of World War II movies where soldiers are in combat in France fighting Nazi's. This one had a twist when they added zombies to the mix.