I’m well aware it’s 2017. Are any of these worth watching?

What’s good Medium? So your boy messed around, caved, and signed up for a trial membership to Netflix and chill solo (N.B.: this story is probably actually a cleverly disguised advertisement to find myself a bae in NYC by the summer).

This having been said, here’s a list of movie series I still haven’t seen. Only God can judge me. Word to Tupac.

Good Internet citizens, where should I start? LMK!

Comment/respond below. OK! Ready? LEGGO!

Pirates of the Caribbean
Mission: Impossible
Paranormal Activity
Back to the Future
Planet of the Apes
Fast and Furious
Hannibal Lecter
Ocean’s Eleven
Lethal Weapon
Hunger Games
Friday the 13th
Indiana Jones
Jason Bourne
Ghostbusters
American Pie
Terminator
Karate Kid
Halloween
Divergent
Avengers
Conjuring
Star Trek
Spy Kids
Iron Man
Die Hard
Mummy
Ice Age
Scream
Madea
Shrek
Alien
Jaws
Thor
Saw

Growing up poor, movie tickets were both a rare luxury as well as a royal ripoff. Sure, I could have pirated most of these years/decades ago, but, you see, I can be really, really, really fucking lazy. No, you don’t understand what I mean…

I’ll turn 28 in 2 months. I could have gotten my driver’s license 10 years ago, and my permit 12 years ago. I got my permit around my 22nd birthday, and it expired last summer. Naturally, I renewed it, with no intention of taking my road test. Two months later, the paper permit expired. I also earned 3 degrees working 4 jobs in 5 years. I guess I go 0 or 100, nothing in between.

(Also, Elon Musk said we’ll take naps in self-driving cars in 2 years, so between that, public transport and occasional yellow cab, who really needs a license at this point, MOM AND DAD? 2020 Rolls-Royce Robo-Phantom here I come!!!)

*I have seen LOTR, Harry Potter, 007, and Star Wars. Jesus, I’m not a total freak.



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