35. Hunt for the Wilderpeople
This is a delightful movie. It's funny, it's absurd - I was sorry to see Bella die so quickly, though. She was a marvellous woman and killed wild boars with her bare hands, which is a skill I admire in a woman. But the story of Ricky Baker and grumpy old Hec hiding in the wilderness and gradually bonding is good. Admittedly, it has all the cliches as well - Ricky meeting a friendly family, who - in the end - takes him in, and all that. But still. It's very good.
36. Justice League Dark
Well - watching Batman just sort of tagging along with a bunch of magic users and going "hmmm" a lot (and you just know Bruce is freaking out somewhere inside) was fun. And there were several nice scenes, including Swamp Thing. But I still think that John Constantine does not fit in the main DC verse beyond brief cameo appearances.
37. Pot Luck
This was sweet and I wish Debs and her spareribs girl all the best, and I'd like a second season with more of those two.
38. Spider-Man: Homecoming
This was fun. I mean, I still need somebody to lock Tony Stark away for a couple of decades for recruiting a child soldier for his superhero grudge match (and apparently Pepper is in on it? Shame on you, Pepper! I expected so much better from you.), but Peter and his "internship" and his desperately wanting to be a superhero, that's a good story. As is his friends and classmates (I adore his school in this version!)
39. House of Cards season 4.
I think I'm getting tired of this. Maybe I should rewatch some episodes of West Wing.
40. Powerless season 1. and only
On one hand, this series never managed to be that good. I suspect it was too many recycled office comedy plots for the nerdy crowd, and too many obscure DC characters (I mean obscure - hands up, people who had previously heard about Green Fury!) for the mainstream. Also, it's humour was far too embarrassing for me far too often. That said, this show got monumentally screwed by its network. They kept postponing episodes, aired them out of order, and then it got taken off the air with three episodes not yet shown - at least two of which turned out to be some of the genuinely better episodes in a not that good season (apparently, they are now streaming the entire thing in New Zealand, so that's how the internet got its hands on them). It could have been a really good show - the concept of normal people in a superhero world is fine - but why bother setting it in the DC verse and then only having a couple of episodes that didn't shy away from the big name characters. (Don't get me wrong, I adored the Starro cameo in the pilot, but come on.) Anyway, I didn't think it was that good a show, but with that network it really didn't have a chance.
41. iZombie season 3.
Well, on one hand the season concludes with zombies standing revealed, known to the world. Which might make season 4 interesting. On the other hand, I'm not quite sure I feel for continuing to watch this.