But I'm also rewatching Sherlock for the third or fourth time. Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman are great complementary actors who have solidified this contemporary interpretation for our hearts. Must add that the series was the perfect kickoff for the Christmas special: The Abominable Bride.
As for the movies vs series shows, I saw Bruce Lee's first major movie--The Big Boss. You can see the potential of what was to come from this blossoming action star. And he solidified the superhero as a normal regular guy without special powers who through the right motivation (someone dishonoring his family) could kick ass if needed to balance the scales of justice.
And then I have to show love to Donnie Yen's Kung Fu Killer: Released from prison, a kung-fu expert (Donnie Yen) tries to help the police find a vicious serial killer (Wang Baoqiang) who targets martial-arts masters.
So what did I read this week? I seem to be stuck in the young adult fiction world. But it's not a bad place to hang for a while.
I finished another installment of Jennifer Estep's Mythos Academy series--Midnight Frost. I'm hooked on the series. It's one of those compulsions that I must complete the series because there is always another book to read. At least I'm at the tail end of it--I think. And now I'm just curious how it will wrap up. I have Killer Frost queued up for the next read.
After finishing up The Maze Runner series, I immediately jumped on to James Dashner's Eye Of The
So until next week, Netflix and Read.