The Laundromat is a 2019 American biographical comedy-drama film directed by Steven Soderbergh, with a screenplay by Scott Z. Burns. Available on Netflix.
It stars Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman, Antonio Banderas, Jeffrey Wright, David Schwimmer, Matthias Schoenaerts, James Cromwell, and Sharon Stone.
The film follows Ellen Martin (Streep), whose dream vacation takes a wrong turn and leads her down a rabbit hole of shady dealings that can all be traced to one Panama City law firm, run by financially seductive partners Jürgen Mossack (Oldman) and Ramón Fonseca (Banderas).
She soon learns that her minor predicament is only a drop in the bucket of millions of files linking off-shore drug trafficking, tax evasion, bribery etc.
In the experimental neighborhood, Derek is unable to maintain full operations in Janet’s absence. With the Janet-babies behaving erratically, Eleanor assigns Tahani to entertain the other humans at an isolated lake house.
Chidi prefers to stay at home and read, but Eleanor convinces him to try new experiences, including joining the others at the lake.
Now we are getting back into the swing of things –
Kaiju Inferno (Kaiju Winter #3) by Jake Bible (2015)
North America has been decimated.
The rest of the world is not far behind as volcano after volcano erupts, spewing not just magma and hot ash, but monsters of impossible size out onto the battered and broken surface. These monsters are hellbent on getting to North America to do battle with the behemoth that has broken free of the Yellowstone supervolcano. A battle that could tear the Earth apart.
Third and final in the series (or so I thought). Turns out it was planned as a four book series and the forth was never done.
Apparently the author’s publisher is not going to put out the last book because of low sales.
Not surprising, things just lose steam. There are too many plot threads and too much sitting around explaining the plot and friction between the human characters. Then, near the end is a big monster battle that sounds more like the commentary of a WWF bout.
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (or simply El Camino) is a 2019 American neo-western crime thriller film that serves as an epilogue to the television series Breaking Bad.
Series creator Vince Gilligan wrote, directed, and produced the film, while Aaron Paul reprised his role as Jesse Pinkman. The plot follows what happens to Pinkman following the events of the series finale.