"Terrible, for me. I didn't even want to keep watching it. There was somebody in it who was famous. I know I've seen movies with him in it before. It had a lot of action, but constantly, they didn't stop. It wasn't real. I like realism. And young people like this type of thing. You would probably think it's a good movie. They're constantly doing something. On the ground, in the air. I want realism, where people have problems and they show you how to solve them. Or love stories. You can't even keep track, it's so fast. They're jumping on the water, into the sky, it certainly wasn't my kind of movie. I couldn't wait until it was over. I'm beginning to say to myself, it's not that it's bad, I just don't like these kinds of movies. It's me. Not the movies. They have to have action today. You don't see a movie where people sit down and talk about things. You just see him jumping up and down and around. I don't know.
And then we ate dinner and I came back to the house and I've been watching the Mets game. They've been doing so well lately. Maybe they were threatened they would lose their jobs. All of a sudden they all got so good. I know they have the new manager, but he stands in the dugout, he never smiles, he seems like he is not enjoying himself, so I don't know if he is the one motivating them, but something must be going on because all week they have been winning every game."