In spite of having 3 or 4 movie streaming platforms in addition to cable t.v., my husband and I (who are movie buffs), find it hard to find good movies to watch.
I like a few series that he’s not into (Succession, for instance), but we occasionally find a 90-minute Netflix movie we like.
The last move we went to was “Banshees of Inishirin,” which we both hated. I got the connection between lonely and bitter people living on an island off the coast of Ireland, and the civil war going on in Ireland. But, to me the “comedy” was mean and pointless.
And, a donkey dies (I hope you didn’t see it yet–or hope you never see it).
I read a writing forum where the subject of the day was: “Can I kill a dog in the first few pages of my novel.”
The consensus was, “not unless you’re writing sci-fi or horror.”
Mostly, the writing forum consists of mystery writers, many of whom are cozy mystery writers, who will tolerate murder and mayhem as long as it’s not a child or animal. I agree–I expect there to be a murder or other crime against presumably–a person and not an animal or child.
I also expect it to be resolved in the in. Justice, and all that.
Anyway, the only thing on at the movies right now is another John Wick move (12 or 14?) I’m done with too much violence in a movie, and if any movies qualify, it’s John Wick movies.
Keanu, can you do something else please?
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