Another business trip to the US, this time to Monroe, near Seattle. This was the occasion to binge-watch another bunch of in-flight movies.
- Money Monster by Jodie Foster, with George Clooney and Julia Roberts: great thanks to Clooney and Roberts.
- Demolition by Jean-Marc Vallée with Jake Gyllenhaal (Nightcrawler) and Naomi Watts: some boring moments, but I love Jake Gyllenhaal, who actually plays a character similar to Nightcrawler.
- Everybody Wants Some!! By Richard Linklater with Blake Jenner, Tyler Hoechlin. (Pleasant, with some fun parts, although never truly hilarious. A bit disappointed).
- A Hologram for the King by Tom Twyker with Tom Hanks, Sarita Choudhuryt (Good one, Tom Hanks is awesome as always).
- Tale of tales by Matteo Garrone with Salma Hayek, Vincent Cassel. (Good, though the tales don't really intertwine much. More like a series of mostly unrelated stories).
- The Lobster by Yorgos Lanthimos, with Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz. (Completely out of the left field, but I loved it. Not the kind of movie you'd expect to watch in a plane, and definitely not for everyone. Check it out only if you're into weird and absurd stuff. Now I want to see all the movies from this director).).
- Elvis & Nixon by Liza Johnson, with Michael Shannon, Kevin Spacey (quite fun).
- Born to Be Blue by Robert Budreau with Ethan Hawke, Carmen Ejogo (I guess it was kinda good, but it's not my kinda movie. Plus I can't stand jazz, and the movie is about Chet Baker, so...).
- Au nom de ma fille (Kalinka) by Vincent Garenq with Daniel Auteuil, Marie-Josée Croze (Not great movie, but the subject is a true story that kept me hooked till the end). Daniel Auteuil is a great actor.