I see about 1 or 2 movies per year in a theater. We were down at the family timeshare on Cape Cod this weekend, and we saw A Star Is Born. Gaga was great, Bradley Cooper was great performing the songs, but some of the movie's flow seemed illogical. It was both bizarre and fun to see Andrew Dice Clay as Gaga's father. Overall, we were entertained.Last night Mrs. Bag and I saw "A Star is Born". Lady Gaga was very good in it, and I love watching Sam Elliot, but the film felt very mechanical. Like it had to tell the same story the other versions did, so it just moved from point A to point B to point C in a deterministic manner. It wasn't as good as the Judy Garland version, so why bother?
I'm attending in a Halloween costume. Probably my black robes and hood with a plague mask. I thought about doing dead makeup, but 9 hours in makeup can be annoying.one movie from the '70s, three from the '80s and one from the '90s. One of the films has never been released on DVD or Blu-ray in America, two of the films are 4K restorations and one of the films may land me in jail for screening it.