If you like watching a big ape (not “monkey”) punching a big lizard (and vice versa), does Sonny Bunch have a movie for you.
But notwithstanding the quality of the flick itself, I have to dispute his characterization of his home theater as “decent enough.” A soundbar is easy, but it’s not home theater. I’ve put in 5.1 surround sound, with a Polkaudio subwoofer, and that is close enough to theater quality for me to watch at home. To me the big difference between home and theater is screen size, even with our own 65″. It’s much more immersive when you can’t see much of anything except screen.
Like Kevin Williamson, I too have always thought that there is nothing intrinsically desirable about increasing the number of people voting. As with many things, quality is much more important than quantity.