As most everyone knows, I like to review films as a cope with living with my illness. I focus on the 1001 list, and in doing so, am able to complete smaller lists as well. It gives me a sense of accomplishment.
Since last week, I started two new medications, and I'm having a really hard time adjusting to them. One is for my nervous system in general, and the other is for seizures. This is on top of the others that I take.
|How I feel taking all this medicine|
I'm starting to walk a little better, but I still use my cane. The problem is my cognitive abilities are going down faster than I'd hope. Sure, I can lay here and watch a movie but that doesn't mean I'll remember it. I've mainly been watching Top Chef on Hulu because it doesn't require much thought. Here's what I've been watching so far and what I remember of it:
Man of Steel.
My husband put this film on as I am not in a position to protest. It's an outrageously long film about Jesus. Lots of religious undertones and lots of long drawn out violent scenes that add nothing to the story. I kept zoning out during the drawn out fights. This film wanted so badly to be Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight, but it can't. And it never will be. I can't recommend this film to anyone.
Friday the 13th part 2
I watched this because it actually was Friday the 13th last week. Quite an outlandish premise. To suggest that Jason didn't die by drowning, but survived, albeit brain damaged, and lived like a wild man in the woods. Then, as an adult, he starts killing people. There are so many questions left unanswered. Is this a terrible movie, or is it my meds? At this point I don't know.
Iron Man 3
I liked it because it's Iron Man. I like anything Iron Man. I'll have to watch this movie again because a lot of parts confused me.
For Animation Saturday, we watched Turbo. It's about a snail that races the Indy 500. That should tell you all you need to know.