I don’t want to watch another drama about a seriously incorrigible drunk (played this time by Toni Collette) and all the pain that alcoholism brings to everyone in her realm. I was partially raised by an alcoholic dad and had my own bouts with booze…thanks all the same. I don’t want to see a movie about an old serial killer teaching a young serial killer the tricks of the trade. I’m actually not interested in seeing any more serial killer films, period, and that goes double for vampires, zombies and cannibals. I don’t want to see a doc about the 88 year-old guy who drew Eloise…fuck that. And I don’t want to sit through Neil Blomkamp‘s Chappie either. You can’t ignore Blomkamp so I have to sit through it but I’d love to skip it. And I don’t want to see Maggie Smith playing a homeless woman who lives in her van either. I’m obliged to see Lone Scherfig‘s The Riot Club but I’d rather not — I really, really don’t want to see another film about rich snots behaving badly and getting away with it in the end. And I don’t want to see Eva, a Spanish robot drama with Daniel Bruhl. I’ve seen Noah Baumbach‘s While We’re Young twice (the first time six months ago) and enjoyed it both times but I don’t want to catch it again…no offense.