I did not make a mess when I was eating the chocolate truffles I made, so that’s good news! Anyway, I will talk about something less boring (but it might still be boring).
Ramble of the Day
Over the weekend, my MoviePass came. I was very excited about this, so excited that every time I saw or heard about a movie, I thought, “I can go see it, even if I will not enjoy it!”
The first movie I check out will likely be Black Panther, a movie I probably would have seen regardless. Now, though, I can see movies that I might not check out until they are released on DVD or digital platforms, or films that I am not quite certain about. That is the obvious perk of MoviePass, and it needs no further advertisement from me.
As I was watching commercials, movies like Tomb Raider and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, I realized, “I can also watch these movies without it being a waste of money!” In fact, it would be money well spent, in a sense, because the more I use the MoviePass, the cheaper, on average, each movie is! (Feel free to convince me this is bad logic.)
Now, why would I go watch a movie that is almost certainly going to be a critical and box office flop, let alone two? Besides the whole more movies makes the MoviePass worth it logic, I must share that I enjoy bad, but enjoyable things. You have probably already know this, but in case you did not, I will make it clear. I am on a noble pursuit to watch and dissect — and enjoy — bad things, much like Joel McHale. (Again, feel free to convince me this is bad.)
Do not get me wrong — I am just as excited to watch good movies, and many of them, with my new MoviePass. Now that I have the opportunity to poke fun at a few films that are worthy — after all, not all bad movies are worth watching — I will take it. Hopefully I do not laugh too hard at the wrong times while other people are enjoying the film.
tl;dr: I am a very strange person.
Links of the Day
Lucas Moura thinks Tottenham can win the Champions League.
Some not so great news for Manchester City: Sergio Agüero may have gotten into a fight with a fan after Manchester City’s loss to Wigan in the FA Cup and Fabian Delph is suspended for the Carabao Cup final after he was sent off against Wigan.
Casey Stoney will join Phil Neville’s England coaching staff after announcing her retirement.
Former Manchester City and Crewe Alexandra coach Barry Bennell has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after sexually assaulting youth players.
Eintracht Frankfurt supporters protested the scheduling of their match against RB Leipzig on a Monday night by throwing tennis balls onto the pitch to delay second half kickoff.
Today’s longer read: Mike Goodman wrote about how Paulinho — yes, that Paulinho — has fixed Barcelona for The Ringer.