And Fanny they shall get! (She's just there on the right, see?)
Anyway, the first three months of 2022 are just about over and what have I got to show for myselves? Practically nothing!
So, just like last year's quarterly catch-ups, here's the first quarter's list of some of the things that have kept me entertained/distracted/sane(ish):
DS9: Revenant, by Alex White ∘ No Shame, by Tom Allen ∘ Typeset in the Future, by Dave Addey (Well, partly read - I've read about 2001: A Space Odyssey and Alien, and I'm about to start Star Trek: The Motion Picture)
Mary Poppins Returns ∘ Velvet Buzzsaw (Jake Gyllenhaal [mmmmmm....] and Toni Collette) ∘ The History of Future Folk (this sci-fi film was not what I was expecting at all - but I rather liked it) ∘ Ghosts (S1-3) (again and again and again - not least because of my huge crush on The Captain) ∘ The Great British Sewing Bee (S5-7) ∘ Fleabag (S1 & 2) ∘ Bigbug (a surprisingly disappointing film from Jean-Pierre Jeunet) ∘ The Tale of Princess Kaguya ∘ A Long Way Down (I only watched this for Toni Collette again, but I'm glad I did) ∘ Her ∘ The Lost City of Z ∘ The Midnight Sky ∘ Star Trek: Picard (S2, eps 1-4)
John Carter of Mars (this may have been at the end of 2021, though) ∘ Crashing ∘ Jupiter Ascending ∘ Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (the one with the Whales) ∘ Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie ∘ Star Trek: Enterprise (most of S2) ∘ Miranda (S1-3) ∘ The Iron Giant ∘ Only Yesterday (a small crush on Toshio) ∘ Star Trek: Lower Decks (S1 & 2) ∘ Special (S1 & 2) ∘ Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind ∘ The Babadook ∘ Arrival ∘ The Cloverfield Paradox ∘ Jumper ∘ Sunshine ∘ Little Miss Sunshine (Toni Collette again!) ∘ Avengers: Age of Ultron
"Am I Really Going To Die", "Is My Love Enough?", "Time To Give", and "Blue Drift" White Lies (and then I bought the album - As I Try Not To Fall Apart - with some birthday money) ∘ "Get Me To The Weekend" Betty Boo (and "Where Are You Baby", of course) ∘ "Tilted" Christine and the Queens ∘ "Impossible" Röyksopp & Alison Goldfrapp ∘ "The Ladder" Röyksopp
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