REVIEW: Preacher – “He Gone”

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The following is a quick recap/review of the seventh episode of ‘Preacher’, available on AMC in the United States and on Viaplay in Denmark. Expect spoilers for the episode.

In the seventh episode of the first season of Preacher (“He Gone”), Cassidy and Tulip (played by Joseph Gilgun and Ruth Negga, respectively) both confront Jesse (played by Dominic Cooper). Odin Quincannon (played by Jackie Earle Haley) returns to tell our preacher of his intentions. And, in flashback, it is finally revealed why Jesse feels that he needs to be the preacher of Annville. Continue reading “REVIEW: Preacher – “He Gone””

REVIEW: Preacher – “Sundowner”

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The following is a review of the sixth episode of ‘Preacher’, available on AMC in the United States and on Viaplay in Denmark. Expect spoilers for the episode.

In the sixth episode of the first season of Preacher (“Sundowner”), Tulip (played by Ruth Negga) has a conversation with Emily (played by Lucy Griffiths), Eugene (played by Ian Colleti) makes some friends, and our good preacher, Jesse (played by Dominic Cooper), is accused of ‘cheating’.
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REVIEW: Preacher – “South Will Rise Again”

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The following is a review of the fifth episode of ‘Preacher’, available on AMC in the United States and on Viaplay in Denmark. Expect spoilers for the episode.

In the fifth episode of the first season of Preacher (“South Will Rise Again”), Tulip (played by Ruth Negga) has enough of Jesse’s goodness, Cassidy (played by Joseph Gilgun) gets a bit too close to Tulip, and our good preacher, Jesse (played by Dominic Cooper), maybe uses his ‘power of persuasion’ a bit too much, before the angels finally confront our hero.
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REVIEW: Preacher – “Monster Swamp”

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The following is a quick review of the fourth episode of ‘Preacher’, available on AMC in the United States and on Viaplay in Denmark. Expect spoilers for the episode.

In the fourth episode of Preacher (“Monster Swamp”), Jesse (played by Dominic Cooper) tries to get people to go to church. Tulip (played by Ruth Negga) runs into Cassidy (played by Joseph Gilgun), who is trying to trick the cowboys/angels/clones. And we, finally get to see more of Odin Quincannon (played by Jackie Earle Haley).
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REVIEW: Preacher – “The Possibilities”

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The following is a quick review of the third episode of ‘Preacher’, available on AMC in the United States and on Viaplay in Denmark. Expect spoilers for the episode.

In the third episode of Preacher (“The Possibilities”), Jesse (played by Dominic Cooper) tests out his powers with Cassidy (played by Joseph Gilgun), who once again takes on the two mysterious ‘cowboys’. Meanwhile, Tulip (played by Ruth Negga) gets awfully close to finally getting Jesse back on her side. Continue reading “REVIEW: Preacher – “The Possibilities””

REVIEW: Preacher – “See”

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The following is a quick review of the second episode of ‘Preacher’, available on AMC in the United States and on Viaplay in Denmark. Expect spoilers for the episode.

In the second episode of Preacher (“See”), Jesse (played by Dominic Cooper) deals with the knowledge that the local bus driver may be a pedophile. Cassidy (played by Joseph Gilgun) has to make up his mind: to fight or to flee. Meanwhile, Tulip (played by Ruth Negga) is trying to get Jesse to stop playing the nice guy.  Continue reading “REVIEW: Preacher – “See””

REVIEW: Preacher – “Pilot”

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The following is a review of the first episode of ‘Preacher’, available on AMC in the United States and on Viaplay in Denmark. Expect spoilers for the episode.

It’s here. Welcome to Preacher! A supernatural dark comedy about exploding preachers, crazy vampires, and a crisis of faith. Maybe? That’s pretty much all I know about the show. When I sat down to watch the pilot episode, I had no idea what I was about to watch. The story is completely fresh to me at this time. I may end up reading the comic book that it is based on, but probably not until after the first season is finished. I didn’t know what to expect. But this show may be perfect for me right now. Continue reading “REVIEW: Preacher – “Pilot””

REVIEW: Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016)

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Theatrical Release Poster – Universal.

The following is a review of Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, also known as ‘Bad Neighbours 2’ internationally.

I’ve been cautiously excited for Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising ever since I first heard about it. Neighbors was such a surprise hit in 2014, I thought it was so much fun. But time and time again we see bad comedy sequels. Neighbors 2 definitely isn’t bad, and it is worth seeing for fans of the first film, but the theatrical release version of Neighbors 2 wasn’t as good as I wanted it to be. Continue reading “REVIEW: Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016)”

REVIEW: Neighbors (2014)

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Theatrical Release Poster

The following is a review of Neighbors, also known as ‘Bad Neighbours’ internationally.

In Neighbors, Mac (played by Seth Rogen) and Kelly Radner (played by Rose Byrne) are trying to deal with life’s newest challenge for them: parenthood. But the Radners have also realized that parenthood may mean that they have to leave their old lifestyle behind. One day, they notice that someone is moving in next door, but soon learn that their new neighbor is a fraternity. Continue reading “REVIEW: Neighbors (2014)”