Good. Maybe people can stop complaining about how modern music is terrible.
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Panasonic - Specifically their Lumix brand of mirrorless cameras.
Microsoft Windows - I don't think I'll ever buy a MacBook and I'm rather tech illiterate so Linux is not an option, so Windows wins by default.
Toyota - I'm open to other car brands, but a Toyota will always be at or near the top of the potential next car list.
Expensive jewelry/watches and ultra luxury cars: I don't want to be the equivalent of a walking billboard that says "I'm rich, rob me." The most upscale I'll go with cars is probably a Subaru WRX STI or a VW R
A mansion: too big and too much time and effort to maintain and clean the place. While we're at this topic...
Butler / Maid: I don't think I'll ever feel comfortable having someone in the house doing different chores
Technically more truck than car, and the last explosion is bad CGI, but one of my favourites.
John Wick had great action (with little to no CGI) and visual style, but facepalmed a few times for the dumb story and the absence of logic.
I miss just being able to chill in the evening and on the weekends without feeling guilty. Nowadays it seems like there's a never-ending to-do list that just keeps piling up.
Things I liked:
- Luke's portrayal: I actually liked how he was portrayed. Sure, he could have been a badass Jedi master, but I liked how they showed that even a hero who once seemed to have accomplished everything isn't immune to failure and doubt. The sunset scene at the end felt very poetic.
- Kylo and Rey vs the guards (not the best duel scene in SW, but best one since episode 3)
- The Resistance looked very desperate; they captured the sense of urgency and desperation quite well
Things I didn't like:
- Leia magically makes her way back to the ship.
- The whole casino subplot
- Rose rams into Finn's ship: the whole scene looked stupid
- Lightspeed ram (even though it looked cool)
- Snoke and Phasma looked like chumps