The goal is simply to keep my blogging streak alive.
That’s not always the case, but tonight it is.
I looked through my usual sources for blog ideas, but nothing quite appealed to me.
There was a story about a guy who uses physical discomfort—like ice baths—to improve mind and body. But I found it a bit cold.
There was another story about how to improve one’s sleep. But I got tired of reading it.
So I thought I’d write about something that required no research, fully knowing that no one would really care about the topic.
For the past couple of weeks the Borden family has been on a Michael Douglas film kick.
It started with a Perfect Murder and since then we have watched The Game, Solitary Man, and tonight The Sentinel.
We’ve thoroughly enjoyed each one; I just find that he has such a commanding presence on screen.
And the good part of this kick is that there are still so many Michael Douglas films left to watch, some we have seen before, but a long time ago, and some we have not:
- Basic Instinct
- Fatal Attraction
- Falling Down
- Wall Street
- Romancing the Stone
- The China Syndrome
- King of California
I could go on, but I know there’s no readers left at this point.
But, goal accomplished.