I did re-watch Guardians Of The Galaxy recently, once it came out on dvd - the first time was in the theater, but I spent the first few minutes a little distracted wondering when the friend I came to see it with was going to show up... So the second time I got to catch details like the fact that the pink woman who Peter Quill picked up and forgot about was wearing the t-shirt he was wearing as a kid when he was first abducted.
The last movie I watched was Camp Takota - it was cute, but I have to admit a lot of the appeal was that I was already sort of a fan of the youtube people who played the three main characters (Grace Helbig, Hannah Hart, and Mamrie Hart). Other than fans of youtubers, I was trying to figure out who the audience for this is supposed to be, and concluded the answer is "adults who are nostalgic for both actual summer camp and eighties movies about summer camp": See, it doesn't focus much on the kids, and has a lot of adult humor, but it still plays most of it's camp movie tropes way straighter than something like Wet Hot American Summer.
PonderThis wrote:Back in olden times people found solace in Jesus. Nowadays it's Sonic The Hedgehog.