Spoiler: Movies Seen in January Dr. Seuss' The Grinch (2018) - theater The Mule - theater Escape Room - theater Annihilation - Hulu Miami Vice (2006) - Netflix Welcome to Marwen - theater Bohemian Rhapsody - theater The Commuter - Hulu Second Act - theater Replicas - theater The Upside - theater A Star is Born (2018) - theater Creed II - theater Glass - theater On the Basis of Sex - theater Fyre Fraud - Hulu Fyre: The Greatest Party that Never Happened - Netflix The Last Laugh - Netflix Chinatown (1974) - Hulu The Two Jakes (1990) - Hulu Pet Sematary (1989) - Hulu Pet Sematary II (1992) - Hulu Green Book - theater Serenity (2019) - theater The Favourite - theater Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias: One Show Fits All - Netflix Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs Mutants - Netflix Bird Box - Netflix The Greatest Showman - Hulu Miss Bala - theater The Kid Who Would Be King - theater Joe Rogan: Strange Times - Netflix Sorry to Bother You - Hulu Free Solo: The IMAX Experience - theater Ray Romano: Right Here Around the Corner - Netflix Killer Elite - Netflix I, Tonya - Hulu Moonstruck - Hulu Mystic Pizza - Hulu Once Upon a Deadpool - DVD Happy Death Day - redbox The Equalizer 2 - redbox The Girl in the Spider's Web - redbox Constantine: City of Demons - redbox The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part IMAX - theater They Shall Not Grow Old 3D - theater Alita: Battle Angel IMAX 3D - theater Cold Pursuit - theater Isn't It Romantic - theater Happy Death Day 2U - theater Used my three tickets at AMC Lufkin the other night. Read that Cold Pursuit finished filming two years ago, and so it has sat on a shelf somewhere since 2017. Watching it the other day, I could see why. Its slow, plodding, spends too much time on scenes that literally raise the dead, and recurring shots of various good & bad guy vehicles driving into Denver. And then it ends on a WTF is that supposed to be, a punchline? Liam Neeson says this is his last action movie. Too bad it is such a disappointment. IIR makes fun of all kinds of romantic comedy cliches, and then goes out of its way to gender swap that joke from When Harry Met Sally, only without the setup that that particular classic has when ya watch it. There are a couple of good jokes, but I wish it had ended about five minutes before it actually did. Side note - the movie showtime online was 6:40, trailer after trailer after trailer, and the movie itself started at 7:24. No kidding. I actually turned the phone back on to check the time when the trailers finally fucking stopped running. I almost became that guy who cussed at the last three trailers that ran before Mad Max: Fury Road back when I went to see it a couple of years ago. And then, the fiftieth "new to me" movie of the year, Happy Death Day 2U! As with the first one, I had a couple of issues with this one. For example, it starts on the Tuesday after Tree's repeated Monday, but Ryan, the roommate, wears the same damn clothes, still, from the repeated Monday. And while the first one was an interesting take on a horror version of Groundhog Day, this one has much more of a scifi element explaining Tree's time loop, and throws in alternate realities & multiverses. And for some reason starts with a focus on Ryan, but then shifts back to Tree. If ya do go to see this, stick around for a mid-credit bonus scene that reminded me way too much of the final bit from The Predator.