Welcome to another episode of the SFP-NOW reviews show. In this episode, we feature our thoughts on Mission Impossible and Almost Paradise as well as some other shows and movies that have been keeping us busy over the summer.
We kick off the show with our review of Indiana Jones and The Dial of Destiny and then move on to the new season of Almost Paradise, which dropped last weekend on Amazon’s Freevee channel. The show, which stars Christian Kane as retired DEA Agent Alex Walker is a rare blend of action and comedy and is somewhat of a throwback to TV shows that populated the networks throughout the 1980s and 90s. Jeff thinks this show is Christian Kane’s best work to date. Whereas Ian loves the blend of action and comedy.
Next up Marx talks about Silo now that he has viewed most of the show and expresses some concern as to where the show might go in its second season now that one of the key mysteries has been revealed.
Next up Jeff gives us his thoughts on Mission: Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part One and enjoyed how the film uses A.I. as the main part of its story. He was particularly impressed with Hayley Atwell in her role as the thief Grace who gets in over her head with a certain group of IMF agents.
We round out the show by talking about Heels, which is a show about a group of professional wrestlers as they struggle to keep their franchise going. Heels stars Stephen Amell who is best known for his role of Oliver Queen in CW’s Arrow.
And finishing off. Jeff, Marx, and Ian give their thoughts on Star Trek: Strange New Worlds episodes Charades and Lost In Translation. So tune in. Zone out and have fun while we take you through a variety of TV shows with some really bad puns and awful jokes.
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