The Tender Bar
Jim Allison, Breakthrough
The Book of Boba Fett
Le Vent du Nord (Live concert)
Not a thing
The Bucket List
The Fundamentals of Caring
A bunch of Top Gear episodes
Dr. Strange and the Multiverse of Madness
Obi Wan Kenobi
Thor – Love and Thunder
Call Me by Your Name
If These Walls Could Sing
The Banshees of Inisherin
With the notable exception of Andor and maybe Obi Wan Kenobi, I would like to have all the time I spent watching Marvel and Star Wars films and series back. The Rescue and Jim Allison, Breakthrough were great documentaries. If These Walls Could Sing wasn’t a bad one either. Anxious People, a miniseries from Fredrick Bachman, took a while to get going but was worth it in the end. Encanto is fun but we don’t talk about Bruno. Bullet Train was a pleasant, goofy, gory surprise. The Banshees of Inisherin was entertaining, if dour. The new season of The Crown was a disappointment.
5 thoughts on “Viewing in 2022”
A while back I checked out Anxious People (the book) from the library, but never got around to reading it. I do like Fredrick Bachman, so I might have to try the miniseries. I wasn’t aware there was one. I also must confess, Call Me by Your Name is in my top five favorite movies. I base my favorites off of how much I “feel” while watching a movie, and that one kicked me right in the gut. I bawled my eyes out at the end of that movie. I rewatched it for the third time last month and it didn’t hit quite as hard, but the cinematography is beautiful and I hope to be able to visit some of those Italian towns one day. Some of my other favorites are: The Pianist, Me Before You, P.S. I Love You…
The mini series is in Swedish. It took a few episodes to get into but I liked it. I am not looking forward to A Man Called Otto, the American version of A Man Called Ove which is the Swedish movie that is streaming.
Boy, do we disagree on movies. I HATED The Pianist. Put me to sleep. The others I haven’t seen. I confess that it’s been a while since I saw a movie that really grabbed me.
LOL. Too funny. I think because I adore Adrien Brody, and WWII history is what I gravitate towards that movie called me in. Oh and piano. Always piano.
Wait. I’m confusing The Pianist with The Piano. Never saw the former. The best thing about be seen Brody do was host SNL. He was hilarious.
Ohhh. I have no idea what the piano is. But I recommend The Pianist! I’ll have to find his SNL episode!