Spoiler: Movies Seen in January, February, March, and April 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/2D - theater/theater Cold Pursuit - theater Isn't It Romantic - theater Happy Death Day 2U - theater Uncle Drew - Hulu Fighting With My Family - theater How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World 3D/2D - theater/theater Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2D - theater Greta - theate Captain Marvel IMAX/3D/2D/2D - theater/theater/theater/theater Thunderbolt and Lightfoot - Netflix Apollo 11 - theater Jimmy Carr: The Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits - Netflix The First Purge - Hulu Skyscraper - Hulu Teen Titans Go! to the Movies - Hulu Five Feet Apart - theater Wonder Park 3D - theater Captive State - theater Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase - theater The Death of Superman - theater Us - BigD Cruel Intentions (1999) - theater Reign of the Supermen - theater Dumbo 2D (2019) - theater The Meg - Hulu Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri - Hulu Gloria Bell - theater Marvel's Cloak & Dagger 'Restless Energy'/'White Lines' - Alamo Drafthouse The Highwaymen - Netflix Shazam! IMAX/3D - theater/theater Pet Sematary (2019) BigD - theater The Best of Enemies - theater Jeff Dunham's Very Special Christmas Special - Netflix Missing Link 3D - theater Ben-Hur (1959) - Fathom Events Hellboy (2019) - theater Disney Nature Penguins - theater Breakthrough - theater BlacKKKlansman - Hulu Freddy vs Jason - Netflix Jeff Dunham: Minding the Monsters - Netflix Jeff Dunham: Controlled Chaos - Netflix Crazy Rich Asians - Hulu Avengers: Endgame 3D/IMAX/IMAX 3D/2D - theater The Intruder - theater Long Shot - theater The Bishop's Wife (1947) - Netflix Perfect Bid: The Contestant Who Knew Too Much - Netflix Won't You Be My Neighbor? - Hulu The Hustle - theater Pokemon: Detective Pikachu 3D - theater Action Point - Hulu Poms - theater John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum IMAX - theater Tolkien - theater Booksmart - theater Aladdin (2019) - theater Brightburn - theater Ma - theater Rocketman - theater Saving Private Ryan (1998) - Fathom Events Godzilla: King of the Monsters IMAX - theater Dark Phoenix 2D - Alamo Drafthouse So, I wound up seeing Avengers: Endgame six times, using my AMC Stubs each time to get a ticket. The Intruder was a great way to see Dennis Quaid as a villain, but about midway through the movie I lost all sympathy for the couple in the house when it was revealed that he had cheated on her, and she still married him, wanted to make babies with him, and got him to drop three million on a new house, but still didn't trust him to order ice cream without flirting with the counter girl. Long Shot was okay, but two of the jokes that made me laugh in the trailer aren't even in the movie. The Bishop's Wife was a nice, classic film to watch. And it was one from Cary Grant I hadn't seen before, though I think Charade will always be my favorite, followed by Topper. Perfect Bid was kind of interesting, right up until ya find out that the dude talking about his history with The Price is Right isn't the guy who got the "perfect bid," but had been in line with the guy who did. Won't You Be My Neighbor? is proof that Fred Rogers was too good for this world and we didn't deserve him. The Hustle was awful. Dirty Rotten Scoundrels did not need a remake, much less an unfunny one with the genders swapped out. The jokes from the original fall flat in this one, and the changes they make for the new one aren't funny. Pokemon: Detective Pikachu - how did the kid not recognize his father's voice the whole time? Seriously?!? Action Point was just Jackass with a narrative, instead of random WTF did I just watch someone do?!? Poms was alright, I especially liked Diane Keaton's dark sense of humor, and it was nice to see Rhea Perlman in the movie. I've only every really watched her on Cheers. The John Wick sequel was friggin' awesome! Loved that movie, the action sequences were nuts and Ian McShane was bad ass, as usual. Tolkien was a pretty standard biopic movie, but I did like the integration of LotR imagery into the WWI battle sequences and the shadow credits. Booksmart was alright, made me laugh a few times during it. Though really, what are the odds of the lesbian's crush & the straight girl's crush being interested in each other? Ya think they would have noticed that at some point... The new live action Aladdin isn't as good as the animated original, but Will Smith's Genie is worth checking out, I think. I wore my animated Aladdin tie, which has Aladdin & the monkey on the carpet flying away from a giant faced Jafar, and a little kid at the theater lost his mind over it when his dad pointed me out to him. Brightburn was gruesome, bloody, and really kinda cool. Ma got pretty twisted there to the end, and made me angry that they showed scenes from the finale in the freakin' trailer. Rocketman was disappointing. It was more musical than music bio, and while they used Elton John's songs, it was really his music, with the changes, cuts, and such used. Fathom Events had screenings of Saving Private Ryan this past week, I went to see it last Sunday. The last time I watched this movie was via VHS on Fort Jackson, South Carolina back in 2000. I think once every twenty years is about right for a viewing. First time seeing it on a theater screen, so it gets added to the list. The new Godzilla was so much better than the last Godzilla. I wanna go see it again. And I went out to the Alamo Drafthouse in North Richland Hills to see Dark Phoenix 2D last night with Adm Hawthorne. I really liked it, and will be going again to see it. No mid or end credit bonus scenes, and no Hugh Jackman, but still, it was a pretty good X-Men movie.