Bombshell - theater Michelle Wolf: Nice Lady - Hulu 6 Underground - Netflix The Art of Self-Defense - Hulu Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker IMAX 3D/IMAX - AMC/AMC Richard Jewell - AMC Inside Man: Most Wanted - Netflix Spies in Disguise 3D - AMC Little Women (2019) - AMC 1917 BigD - AMC Anna and the Apocalypse - Hulu Unfriended - Hulu Unfriended: Dark Web - Hulu Unfriended: Dark Web - Extended Version - Hulu The Sun is Also a Star - Hulu Underwater - AMC Bad Boys for Life IMAX/2D - AMC/AMC Just Mercy - AMC Dolittle - AMC The Turning - AMC AatA was a bit of a letdown of a zombie apocalypse movie. The twist in this one is that its also a musical. Unfriended was interesting in that the whole movie is done via Skype, Facebook, and YouTube, and done with the camera pointing at one character's computer. Though the text chats are difficult to read on a television screen, I wonder how it worked at the movies. And it was difficult to think that it was all done by a vengeful ghost. Dark Web, the sequel, is filmed the same way, but its easier to believe an online group of assholes as the villains. The extended version is pretty much the same, except the ending is different, and, to be honest, I think the ending of the regular version was better. TSiaaS was not that great, the whole thing hinges on coincidence after coincidence and random happenings. Took me too days to watch it. Underwater wasn't the worst Kristen Stewart movie ever. BBfL was a fun sequel, I enjoyed, and have watched it twice. The first viewing was in IMAX and the second was regular 2D. IMAX did not add much of anything to the picture quality. JM was an interesting "based on a true story" movie. I think that Tim Blake Nelson has the standout performance in the film as Ralph Myers, the jailhouse snitch. Dolittle was a very meh movie for me. Didn't care for it at all. The Turning was freaking awful and had a WTF?!? ending that makes zero sense.