Didn't watch any movies in the last couple weeks, though there are a few on my radar.
Back when I was in university, for three years running I had no classes Tuesday afternoons/evenings and I used to go to a movie once a week. Wendy's for a single combo followed by a half price movie. So I saw everything that came out, aside from the horrors, which I never did love and still don't as they frighten me.
After that, I went if the movie appealed to me at all.
Nowadays, with TVs being so big and BluRay's and whatnot, it's just as easy to see a movie at home and I look at the movies that come out and they get separated into three groups - will watch when they're out on BluRay (the biggest group), would like to see in the theatre but will probably see on BluRay, and the must see it in a threatre ones.
This summer on the wouldn't mind seeing them in the theatre but will probably wait for the BluRay are: The Nice Guys, X-Men Apocalypse, Independence Day: Resurgence, Central Intelligence, The Secret Life of Pets, Jason Bourne, Max Steele
And on the I'd really like to see it at the theatre ones are: Star Trek: Beyond, Suicide Squad and Dr. Strange (I'm cheating with this one as it's not out until November, but it's the one I'm most excited about -- which I should stop being because anticipating a film makes it need to live up to a lot. But it looks visually stunning, neat, weird, and I think Benedict Cumberbatch is a fantastic actor.)
There are lots of movies that are on the see it when it's out on BluRay list, but they are too many to mention.
On another note that came up while I was looking at the coming this summer movie list - They remade Ghostbusters? What the hell? That's just not right. I think they should do something like what they did with Independence Day - same world x amount of years later.
Happy Tuesday to all.
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