So to be honest with you all I don' recall why I was in such a Justin Timberlake mood this week, except that he's good for nostalgia and I enjoy his current music even as badly as the second part of the 20/20 experiment was. Calvin Harris continued to burn up my playcounts with me listening to my faves off his last album ('18 months') and his new single that is so infectious that I can't stop playing it. Also I was looking at some bands that I have ignored and Mechanical Bull by Kings of Leon is pretty solid and a really awesome album that I took for granted. Check it out if you haven't, it feeds my need for adult modern rock.
What I Watched
So frankly in May I watched a bunch of movies and now have like next to nothing to see this June. But I like how subtle and unseen the "big bad" was for the first half of the movie, it really was quite good with the mood it went with and it was a lot of the unknown/what you didn't see. Then the later half of the movie I guess the director chose to say "fuck it let's embrace the cheese" and it was cheesy/over the top and made a old fashioned monster movie with ridiculous looking monsters battling it out in the city of San Francisco. IDK, it wasn't for everyone but I loved it.
X-Men: Days of Future Past
This movie floored me I wasn't so sure how it would turn out because it was a complex story and it looked like a hot mess in all of the trailers and just destined to flop harder than Spider-Man this month but strangely, it was really awesome. It was the most satisfying comic book movie I've seen since "Captain America: The Winter Soldier". The way that Bryan Singer directed it made it work with both the younger cast and the old standbys and I'm looking forward to see what he might do with "X-Men: Apocalypse" in 2016. It was just beautifully done and well acted and I'm glad that it won me over. I've already seen it twice and am seriously thinking of seeing it possibly a third time in the theaters.