I watched a few movies this week.
Dr. Strange 2 was OK, but I mean that in the sense that I didn’t actively dislike it, but I also only enjoyed about 4 seconds of it (couldn’t tell you which 4 seconds either). I think I’ve said this before, but I’m played out on the marvel movies, even more so than I realized. I thought I would still want to see spiderman and the new thor after this. Now I will get to Thor when I get to it, but only because it has the Guardians of the Galaxy in there, and Spiderman I’m going to pass on.
Oh, Dr. Strange, my problem was that I lost the plot once during the movie and couldn’t get back on the horse for longer than I care to admit. And if I was that lost, I’ll let you guess how often my parents had to pause the movie so I could explain something to them. Not the finest cinematic experience.
Came up in conversation the other day, so I wanted to watch Kill Bill again. Got through vol. 1 tonight. I hadn’t really appreciated my OLED tv because I’ve been playing videogames on it with the occasional youtube while I eat since I got the thing. So Kill Bill turned out the be the first movie I watched on there and I was really able to appreciate a lot of little details that I never paid attention to in movies before. It was fun, looking forward to part 2… sometime. Not tonight, it’s bedtime here now.