All that trip planning and I was bound to fail on something. So fate has it that I’m considering a two day excursion to Sapporo or Tokyo, Japan from and returning to Seoul, Korea next year. Never mind that right now. I also bombed on movie recommendations going outside of my comfort zone with comic relief type action flixs and a tv series. I have nothing to report due to my explicit standards in passing on movies or shows. One was not bad overall with it’s unique plot twists, however I moving on to something possibly in the theater. There is a new one with Brad Pitt entitled Bullet Train. Rated R commonsensemedia.org says it’s, “…extremely bloody, violent”. Seriously though movies today have amped up all ideas of what we’ve seen in the past making even Quentin Tarantino look like an art museum. I blame video games and social media. So don’t forget to take a break from all that stuff so we don’t get too corrupt! I’d enjoy checking out the latest Minions (Minions: The Rise of Gru), still worried about how true that PG rating is though. Some of my family has been talking about seeing Top Gun‘s massive return with Top Gun: Maverick. With it’s original hero Tom Cruise, I’ve read others saying it’s the best one yet. How can that be? Were you even alive in the 80’s? Also Jurassic World has a third installment which is an obvious theater excitement possibility, Jurassic World Dominion. I used to have a crush on Natalie Portman, but this Thor guy might send me out at the end blushing. Why not Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris or Nope? Nope looked good in the preview I saw on my birthday. Still I was just admiring DC’s answer to all those Marvel monopolies, DC League of Super-Pets. Theater near me has a 10:45 pm showing. Which cult singles are sneaking out to see that in the middle of the night? I’ll let you know if I make it.