Tonight's sunset. Tonight, I watched Jupiter Ascending. I loved it. I know a lot of critics didn't, but some of them did like it, including the Chronicle's main critic. I've loved him since he saved me from Godzilla. I also love him because he always reviews a movie based on whether the film-maker achieved what they intended, rather than what he, personally would like to see. A lot of critics were upset that the film missed some opportunities to explore deep truths, etc. But the critics who did like it, liked it for the same reason I did. It's fun. Fun, fun, fun! I totally recommend it. Deep truths can be interesting too, but sometimes I just want to eat my popcorn and watch the bad guys die. This was the first time in so many years I can't even remember, that I was consciously aware that I wasn't worried about anything at all. Not one little thing. I know a million awful things can and will happen in a second. But at this exact moment in time, there's not a single thing I know of to be concerned about personally. It's such a relief not to have hold it together by sheer force of will and the knowledge that I don't have the luxury of giving in to panic. (Panicked minds are not problem-solving minds.) So I ate my popcorn and enjoyed the hell out of that movie. Fabulous.