‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ 2017 ‘Atomic Blonde’ 2017 ‘Baby Driver’ 2017
This project has taken over my life to such a degree I haven’t got to the cinema for two weeks, with the exception of Dawn of the Planets of the Apes a week ago because my father wanted to see it. He visits weekly, on a Wednesday night, but nine times out of ten these days he prefers to stay home with us and watch a favourite film rather than see anything film studios are producing currently.
Last night I hit a wall, and didn’t have the energy to think past midnight, or read any more about The Outsiders and The Cotton Club. So I went to bed early and got up early today. I worked out that if I got to my local multiplex at 10am I could see three films before picking up my two children prior to 6pm.
10am: Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) – quirky comedy
115pm: Baby Driver (2017) – quirky comedy-slash-heist film
320pm: Atomic Blonde (2017) – quirky action-slash-spy film
555pm: Pick up Children (2017) – real-life responsibilities