Leaving now to go see #190, or #428 since I started counting, 2021 Guantanamo Boy movie "The Mauritanian," because Cumberbatch's American accent will surely be less annoying than the builders' noise down the road.

#196, or #435 since I started counting, 2000's "The Kid," in which Bruce Willis hangs out with his own past self, and presumably learns how not to be the hard, soul-less asshat he's become, as you do.

I've done my alphabet watch of the day, let's do a Motion Picture Event watch, it's #197, or #456 since I started counting, 2021 Netflix slasher flick "Fear Street, Part One: 1994," which Netflix are releasing two sequels to in the next two weeks.

Gonna stop making myself angry for no reason and sit down and just kinda vibe watching 2021's "Luca," see y'all in like two hours. (#198, or #457 since I started counting.)

#201, or #460 since I started counting, I've been neglecting my two lists in favour of the alphabet for too long, but here they overlap, it's 1937 Best Picture nominee "One Hundred Men and a Girl," which could definitely have had a different title.

#203, or #462 since I started counting, 2010's "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time," because I'll watch Jake Gyllenhaal pretend to be a video game, sure, why not.

#204, or #463 since I started counting, 2015's "Queen of Earth," which I'm pretty sure is one of those where Elisabeth Moss does the Elisabeth Moss Stress thing, you know what I mean, don't pretend you don't know what I mean.

#205, or #464 since I started counting, 1993's "Red Rock West," which: * has Cage in it. * looks from the poster like it's a modern-day western? * is otherwise a mystery to me.

What I had lined up is about bullying and, nah, movie, read the room, so instead, #209, or #466 since I started counting, 2009's "Up in the Air," which I've seen before, but I love an airport movie.

#211, or #470 since I started counting, 2021's "Werewolves Within," which opens with a bit of text presented like it's some intense Bible shit but it's a quote from flipping Fred Rogers.

#212, or #471 since I started counting, 2002's "xXx," which, lemme tell ya, difficult to do a search for on pornography-riddled torrent sites. (But it was on Netflix, so.)

Leaving in a bit to go see #213, or #472 since I started counting, 2021's "Space Jam: A New Legacy," or, just Space Jam again but for the Peak Synergy age.

I like when superhero characters -- though Elektra is, what, a glorified ninja -- have that in-universe mythological status, like Batman sometimes has.

I already didn't really care about Elektra as a character, but this isn't really making a case for her. "She has to assassinate the people she's been hanging out with for a few days," kinda dry, shallow.