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The Color Out of Space. And in the last couple of weeks prior to it: Midsommar, Hereditary, and the Lighthouse. They were all very good though I think I might subconsciously hate my own sanity for subjecting myself to this mindfuck marathon.
Apple Tree Yard (available on Hulu and Prime as far as I know). Great. Really great acting, and very emotionally intense. Prob not for people who like to keep their viewing light hearted, none of the people I live with would have liked it (for example, too dark). Really engaging though, it is a 4 episode film, watched all 4 at once. Couldn't stop. That's how much I liked it! It's thriller/ drama.
For laughs, Catastrophe (available on Prime). Not catastrophe inc (that's a different show).
Frozen 2 is also out on Disney streaming but I am pretty sure everyone already knows that...
I watched The Interview too, other than the first part with Eminem, I barely laughed. Honestly I should have just stopped watching after that one part. So it was a bit of a disappointment, but whatever. Plenty of other good stuff to watch.
Ok, so I am sick with the flu (10th day not leaving my house straight), and beyond picky. I have access to a lot of these services tho, thru family etc sharing passwords, and from the fact I have a huge family. I think it's like crowdfunding. We all buy one service, but get like the max number of devices, and pay the highest price. Then we share passwords.
Been biggest into Hulu recently, and this show is GREAT! It is also available on prime, but not free yet (i.e. even with Prime subscription you still have to buy it, but only 9.99 a season). I don't see it on Netflix at all (in my area).
TRUST - with Donald Sutherland.
I think I already said, but Apple Tree Yard was GREAT! (also Hulu). I tried Chance, because I've always liked Hugh Laurie. But didn't get into that one at all. He didn't carry it for me.
Last movie I watched was Angel Has Fallen. Popcorn action flicks work for me and I've liked the other two in the series and this one lines right up. Also recently started Ozark. Despite the praise, I'm not really digging the show. I hear the last half of season 1 really takes off and I hope it does, because if it is also a dud then I'm not likely going to watch the other two seasons. Even though several of my friends have really been talking up season 3 being the best one yet for the show. So conflicted definitely.
Watched "The Way Back" the Ben Affleck vehicle about how he's sober now and please hire him for better scripts. A grog weak remake of "Hoosiers" from someone who missed the point. Starts being drunk all the time, but somehow functional, sobers up slightly to coach HS basketball by swearing at the players and recalling his glory days. Somehow this makes them play better (?). Spends 2/3 of the movie on that redemption ark - that goes nowhere. Gets fired for still drinking, goes to a bar, hooks up, gets so blotto he crashes into a boat and does a home invasion, gets thrown in rehab. Tada, he's saved. So the whole coaching thing was just filling space, something Ben might have thought he wanted to do while in rehab one of those times, along with thinking he was functioning fine. Meanwhile the movie comes off as "Hey, I never crashed into a boat, I wasn't that bad a drunk".