I suspect Edgar Wright is a better director than he is a writer. Curious to see Last Night In Soho eventually though reviews seem fairly mixed.
I wouldn't say I care about the John Wick mythology but I do enjoy how much the characters care about it, if that makes sense. Gives it a sort of baroque memento mori feel or something. That said, don't bother with the third, it's a step down from the first two.
Been a while since I saw If... but it does feel like a few good scenes in search of a connecting thread. Have you seen the quasi-sequel, O Lucky Man? I liked it a lot when I saw it though possibly it only works as a teen/young adult, I'd be curious to revisit it now.
UK Jive is the only Kinks album not on Spotify, I'm pretty sure. As a result, I haven't heard it. I like "Down All the Days (Till 1992)" but it's not really special.
I did kind of forget about The New Cars. My Rundgren discography listen stalled out in 1995, though I do want to pick it back up (I know I liked parts of State, so it's not like he went completely off the rails).
The name "Super Mario RPG" just gets this random piece of, I guess, sketch comedy in my head.