The Week in Entertainment
Film: Pan, which is beautiful to look at in some places, but really makes no sense at all, even viewed as a stand-alone creation. And you kind of have to, since the first Peter Pan story was written in 1902 and this thing postulates Peter as becoming Pan in ... the freaking Blitz in WWII.
DVD: Catching up on the second season of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., which for some reason I missed most of. Liking it a lot.
TV: Mostly baseball.
Read: Reading The Martian, which is not as "hard" and much funnier than I had thought. I definitely recommend it. Four installments of Bookburners, still good, and one of Indexing: Reflections. Some more of The Dark Forest, but I admit I dropped it when pre-orders landed on my Kindle - the aforementioned installments and also - squeeeeee - Ancillary Mercy, which I devoured and loved (after a quick reread of the first two, since this one also starts right after its predecessor). I cannot recommend this trilogy highly enough.