Into The Wild came out back in 2007 and at the time I guess I was a little too immature to appreciate such a film. I never got to see until now. With all of the craziness happening in 2020 it would be interesting to see someone deliberately setting out to live by themselves in the wild. So I thought it would be an interesting film to watch and I wasn't wrong.
Be Water is one of the many biographies of Bruce Lee. It's obvious that he's been a huge cultural icon to the world but what makes this biography different from all of the others? Well this one speaks upon Bruce Lee's life as told by those that were closest to him. Many of the other biographies or biopics you've seen have a perspective that kind of take from a variety of sources but you don't really have people like his wife Linda Lee Cadwell give personal testimonies to confirm specific claims.
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Season Pass came out quite a while ago. Let me start by saying if you haven't played Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, you have to do yourself a favor and play it. I absolutely loved this game and finished it in the first two weeks I had it. I was a little weary about buying the season pass though because I wasn't sure if it was worth it. After buying the season pass I have mixed opinions.
MasterChef Canada: Season 5 was a little worrisome for me because I was worried that the contestants were starting to get a little lackluster. Although season 4's contestants picked up their cooking game closer to the end I thought it was probably a weaker season. I wasn't sure how this season would fare. Also the show runners would obviously have to keep the show fresh by bringing up new ideas.
Murder Party is an oddity that I didn't really expect to see on Netflix. I have never heard of this movie before but it popped up on my recommended list and I'm really glad it did. It's a horror comedy that satirizes the art industry and has a lot of interesting messages.
Can You Keep a Secret is a movie that came out quietly in 2019. There was little buzz about this movie and I can kind of see why that was. It's a kind of a very by the books cliche romantic comedy. It's not one of the better ones but it does have some redeeming values.