Welcome to Dark Room Entertainment, formerly Different From Other Boys, formerly Front Row Center.
I don’t “go” to the movies anymore due to pretentious reserved seating, because it is so damn expensive, and because I don’t do public transportation for anything or anybody. To complicate things, my DVD rental store has closed.
It may be some time before I can review any movies, until I can find a source for streaming, as there are no more rental stores anymore.
In the meantime, being a shut in, there is plenty on television and I have opened up this blog for posts that may do more with something I identify with with during my viewing.
In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X (Patrick Stewart) in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan’s attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces.
~ Logan Movie Website
I have a bone to pick with my nephew and his “great” review. I thought it was okay at best when the fourth generation x-men (?) can barely exert their powers to defend, and at only one percent of Laura’s (Dafne Keen) strength? There was another sore point for me…
…was it the obviously defeatist way the x-men story has some to a close, only to learn that an adamantium bullet would’ve killed Logan (Hugh Jackman) despite his lack of will?
Oh, yes! If fifth generation x-man (?, the “bad guy”) was so impervious, why was there only one?