A Field in England (movie)
The third in the "unholy trilogy," this one was much more visually appealing that the first two. It also didn't make a whole lot of sense. Then again, I'm not sure any of them did. Maybe that's on me. I also dozed on and off for the last thirty minutes of the movie, so that might have had something to do with my incomprehension of what was going on.
Nina Forever (movie)
Our Valentine’s Day stay-in movie. My kind of weird. Clearly a metaphor for grief and fixing the person you’re dating. Lots of nudity and blood with some gore mixed in.
Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Nintendo Switch)
I have been playing this game off and on since 2018. It’s by far the best game I’ve played. Corey has been co-playing with me the past few weeks, and we finally finished the last divine beasts and beat the big ugly Calamity Ganon. I’m eager for the sequel to the series, which is expected later this year. In the meantime, we’ll keep playing and upgrading all the armor sets, solving korok puzzles, and doing side quests. (We already did the shrine grind.)
Deep Space Nine (season 3)
This show is getting better! However, some of the weird Odo love arcs are pretty weird. The Ferengi episodes might be some of my favorites. The way they’re needling at gender roles has been fun.
The Batman (movie)
It didn’t feel as long as it was. I loved some of the cartoony scenes (thinking of the parachute). I’m a Robert Pattinson fan (ever since The Lighthouse), and the other actors were great, too! I had to ask Corey who Colin Farrel played when the movie was over. I’m excited to see the next installment!
Murderville (season 1)
A quirky, silly improv show. Watching the actors try and keep a straight face is the best part. It definitely has some SNL vibes in that regard. We only watched a few episodes before we got the schtick and we got bored.