It's been awhile, folks!
As you all know I've been busy at work helping my wife raise a baby. Our new daughter is cute as a button, strong for her age, and is merrily healthy. But I'd be lying if she isn't a handful sometimes. She's still a baby, and baby's cry, thankfully our daughter only gets upset when she needs something. Though playing the guessing game of what she needs can be slightly tough sometimes. Still, she's been worth every minute, and we couldn't be happier.
In the meantime, its been tough getting out to the theater to see new movies. So I've been catching up on some stuff that I missed in theaters this week. I rented and watched Steven Soderbergh's "Unsane" and Clint Eastwood's "15:17 To Paris." I've loved and admired both directors ever since I was a movie fan and I was curious about their efforts this time. Soderbergh's "Unsane" follows Sawyer (Claire Foy of "The Crown" which I haven't watched yet.) who moved from her home state to evade a stalker. When she feels she sees the stalker again, she goes to see a councilor about it, and without much effort, the councilor admits Sawyer into a psyche ward. The psyche ward isn't what it seems and even scarier, the stalker is now employed at the same ward. Then, Eastwood's "15:17 To Paris" tells the true story about the 2015 Thalys Train Attack, and how three brave heroes apprehended a terrorist before they could do any damage.
Like I originally said, I will write as often as I can, and maybe some weeks will be me catching up on things I missed in the theater this year. I will still try to deliver content when I can. But sometimes I may write these smaller recaps.