I decided I needed to put my money where my mouth is. Having become a recent advocate for critics (and fans) taking an open-minded look at a film they haven't seen in a while, I decided to do the same thing with "Batman" (PG-13, 1989).
… once I again I'm compelled to blog about another topic covered here: a certain cowled crimefighter. Remember this blog is named "Cary's Crime Craze," so I can opine on all things "CSI" as well as the Caped Crusader.
Have you ever watched a film you haven't seen in quite a while and discover it feels as fresh as when you saw it originally? (There's a lot of critics who need to do that before they do their umpteenth brief rehash of a film they despise …)
OK, that's not the most accurate headline in the world, but hopefully it got you reading this far … and besides my readers know I love alliteration. I did watch last week's "CSI," but honestly there's nothing to say except it was forgettable.
HOLLYWOOD — A former Sandusky resident has reached for the stars by moving to Hollywood. And now he has reached them — quite literally, by snagging a non-speaking role as an extra in J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek" film, which is being released May 8, 2009.
By my count, I've seen exactly one good episode since the writers' strike ended. And it looks like I'll have to wait for next week to see another good one when they finally wrap up the Warrick storyline with the crime boss link.
… because that's when "CSI" will be back on the air with the first of six new (!) episodes. Sister shows "CSI: Miami" returns March 24 with eight shows and "CSI: NY" starts its seven-episode run April 2.