Movies, Movies, Movies!

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“Us” (2019) image courtesy of IMDb

Give me more movies!

We all love movies! We know that because billions of dollars are spent every year at movie theaters. We can’t get enough of them! We want more, better, faster movies!

What’s on your list? Here are my lists and ratings at IMDb.

I subscribe to Movie Club, where I get discounts on tickets to enjoy movies in an air-conditioned theater with recliners that can be easily reserved online.  I also subscribe to HBO, Showtime, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and CBS All Access. Why? Because I love movies and television series, and I hate ads. I will pay a reasonable amount to support these arts and to enjoy them commercial-free.

My current watchlist in alphabetical order:

  • Barry (HBO)
  • The Big Bang Theory (CBS*)
  • Big Little Lies (HBO)
  • Billions (Showtime)
  • Chernobyl (HBO)
  • Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (Netflix)
  • The Crown (Netflix)
  • The Enemy Within** (NBC)
  • Game of Thrones (HBO)
  • Gentlemen Jack (HBO)
  • Glow (Netflix)
  • Good Girls** (NBC)
  • The Good Place** (NBC)
  • Grey’s Anatomy** (ABC)
  • The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)
  • Homeland (Showtime)
  • I’m Dying Up Here (Showtime)
  • The Orville** (FOX)
  • Ozark (Netflix)
  • The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC)
  • Silicon Valley (HBO)
  • So You Think You Can Dance** (FOX)
  • Star Trek Discovery (CBS*)
  • This Is Us** (NBC)
  • The Twilight Zone (CBS*)
  • Veep (HBO)
  • Westworld (HBO)
  • Young Sheldon (CBS*)

*commercial-free on CBS All Access channel
**commercial-free Hulu option
Bold titles mean it is so good it hurts waiting for the next episode.

There are a ton of series that have concluded that are “binge worthy“.

Most recently, I absolutely loved Us (Jordan Peele’s horror movie – though I’m not a fan of horror, this, like The Shining, is sheer pleasure to watch and I look forward to seeing it again). Here’s the trailer.

I am looking forward to seeing LittleApart from that, there is nothing in the “Coming Soon” list that interests me much. I might go to a theater to see Booksmart or Ma

What’s on your watchlist?

 

 

Published by Carma Chan

Carma is an American poet, photographer and author, who has published under her maiden name, Dillon, and now writes as Carma Chan to honor her Chinese stepdad. She has also published the Gramma Carmels Preschool Series of digital picture books. Born in 1958 in Los Angeles, she was raised with unconditional love by Ruth and John Chan of Utah from the age of six on and has dedicated her life to "Love, Joy, Peace & Jazzy Harmony." She shares Dr. King's dream. Besides the Saardu series, which is her way of coping with insanity and imagining "greater things than anyone ever taught me," she also writes about overcoming personal pain. For example, 10 Most Annoying Things People Say to NICU Parents (...when they're only trying to help!) "I'm not always serious," she adds, "Having a warped sense of humor is the best medicine! So my stuff is a bit whacked and layered."

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