For Friday's Movie Night, we watched Gemini Man (2019): a standard plotline about a professional assassin (Will Smith) who is trying to retire, when suddenly the Agency sends 23,345 agents to kill him. For reasons. The twist: the main assassin out to kill him is his clone, Junior, created from his DNA without his consent and raised to be a soulless killing machine -- the only agent competent enough to take him out.
4. The Assassin goes to visit Jack (Douglas Hodge, left, old photo), an old friend or operative or something, on his boat. He mentions that his wife is in Paris and his son is in boarding school. Then a girl in a bikini appears in the background, apparently a hookup. Later, some of the 23,345 agents invade the boat and kill him and bikini girl, for reasons that make no sense. But at least Jack has demonstrated that he is heterosexual.
5. There's a scene set in boarding school, but not a call-back to Jack's son. Just to be confusing, it's about someone named Patterson, whose role in all of this is unclear, in the headmaster's office, upbraiding his son (Daniel Salyers): "If you don't do that at home, why would you do it in class?" Having established that Patterson is heterosexual, the plotline is dropped. (in real life there are gay dads, of course, but here the son appears to exist solely to demonstrate that Patterson has had sex with a woman).