Rob Holmes loves his Roku. The charismatic CEO of MI:33 is a huge movie and television buff. Since his childhood Rob Holmes was glued tot he television. In recent years, he found the Roku to be a portal to the world he most desires.
Whether it is viewing YouTube videos, watching his favorite shows on streaming apps, or indulging originals on the Roku channel, Rob Holmes enjoys grasping the Roku remote control and letting things fly. Even with all of his landmark cases and and many interviews with the press, it is still good crime fiction that wraps things up and brings it home.
His most recent indulgence on the Roku channel is Mapleworth Murders starring Emmy winner J.B. Smoove as a Chief Billy Bills. Rob's particular hankering for Smoove's performance derived from seeing the American buddy comedy “Silver Streak” starring Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder. Never before did Rob see two men of different races have so much fun telling a story. “Silver Streak” was pure gold in Rob's mind and still is today.
Rob's passion for television and movies was inspired by his dad's constant hijacking of the household's entertainment. All that displayed when Bob was home were 1970's crime shows and movies.
We hope this explanation of Rob Holmes' love for his Roku helps you understand what brought him to you here today.