This movie is awful. Bella deserves everything happening to her. I would watch it again in a heartbeat. A cinematic classic.
I fear death in an abstract and existential sense, but more practically, I fear and think about what my life would be like if, poof, the most important people in my life simply vanished. I went through a version of this when my father passed away nearly 10 years ago, a moment that created an ever-expanding crack in the way I think about my personal relationships. At any moment, what you have can disappear. Poof.
What version of you are…
I've never watched a movie so deeply uninterested in being a "sequel." This is very much the second Bill & Ted movie, but the original had a franchise-defining template established, where the two leads would head back in time again, and Bogus Journey just says "nah, what about something way weirder?" It took me a long time to get on board, because it ditches some of the earnest cheese in favor of outright weirdness, but by the time they're playing Battleship with Death, I was all the way the fuck in. All-time great sequel, even if I think the original is a better movie.