I hated Baywatch as a kid but the new film starring Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron was hard not to want to see.
We’re back with the weekly question! We know it disappeared mid-September but we hope that this year we’ll be able to bring it back and keep it running all year long, we’ve kept what number week we were up to instead of restarting the count because we are interested to see how high we can get this up. Because we’re nerds I guess.
So this week is a question of morality. Would I kill 10 people to save just 1.
Another two murders, one a complete mistake.
The possibility of maybe someone else being part of all this and us being led astray.
We have got to the final episode of the BBC’s adaptation of the ABC Murders where Poirot will probably have to face the question of who he is and catch the killer before he, or she, kills again.
Poirot and Crome can’t stand each other, there is a killer on the loose but the young police man doesn’t trust or want to know anything to do with the aging detective.
Their relationship not only is played out on screen between Grint and Malkovich in perfect levels of hatred and scorn but in the unsettling anti-immigration feeling being seen in the world at large. It makes the entire thing seem more important then just catching the killer.
A new Poirot adaptation this time with John Malkovich playing the aging detective being taunted by the titular A.B.C. Murderer.
Will Poirot be able to prove he still has it or has he met his match?
Over this winter period the BBC had a three part story looking at the overturning of slavery in Jamaica. Starring Tamara Lawrence as July and Hayley Atwell as Caroline Mortimer it was one of the best things to come out of BBC all year round.
Tomorrow is that wonderful of days that we get to spend together with the ones we love eating too much and opening presents.
We have had a decent 2018 and in the spirit of giving here are 5 things I hope for you all tomorrow!