Well, well, well ...
Well ... yes, the wifey and I watched Ahsoka last night -- the episode that seemingly broke the Internet, by all indications from fandom -- and I have to say that I don't see what all of the fuss was about. The show still suffers from the same issues it has all along -- I even picked up a rather obvious screen continuity issue, and I rarely catch those -- so consider me not won over with all of the converts. As I always (always) say, folks, it's perfectly fine for you to like what you do: the joy of appreciating art in all of its forms means that each of us are free to be moved, whether that's psychologically or emotionally or whatever. It's just how we're each wired, and there's nothing wrong with that. But in total honestly the show's just not tickling my fancy.
I also managed to squeeze in a home viewing of a little 'something something' called Aporia yesterday. It's one of the films I've been provided by a distributor in exchange for a review. It both is and isn't a time travel flick -- interesting plot device that allows the main characters to avoid creating temporal paradoxes -- and I'm going to get a review up either today or tomorrow, depending upon my time limitations. It's well done ... but, ultimately, very predictable.
Lastly, I do have a few items I'll likely be adding to today's citation page. I have quite a few prepped and ready in the tickler file, so if I can squeeze a few of those up for posterity's sake I'll do that as well. Watch the page as there are a few important genre additions.
Okay, okay, okay ... let me get out of your way ...
As always, thanks for reading ... thanks for sharing and/or inviting others to the site ... and live long and prosper!