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.
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.
#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.
#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.
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.