Spoiler: Movies Seen in January, February & March Fatale - AMC Nacogdoches News of the World - AMC Nacogdoches Alien (1979) - AMC Tyler WW84: Wonder Woman 1984 2D- AMC Lufkin The Marksman BigD - AMC Tyler Bad Boys (1995) - AMC Tyler The Emperor's New Groove (2000) - AMC Lufkin Superman: Red Son - HBO Max The Shawshank Redemption (1994) - AMC Longview The Maltese Falcon (1941) - AMC Willowbrook The High Note - HBO Max Batman: Gotham by Gaslight - HBO Max Dr. No (1962) - Cinemark Lufkin The Little Things - AMC Lufkin Earwig and the Witch - AMC Lufkin Ma Rainey's Black Bottom - 4 Star Cinema Kilgore The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Rings (2001) IMAX - AMC Willowbrook The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) IMAX - AMC Tyler The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) IMAX - AMC Tyler Batman: Soul of the Dragon - blu ray Superman: Man of Tomorrow - HBO Max Wonder Woman: Bloodlines - HBO Max Batman Ninja - HBO Max Nomadland - AMC Lufkin Judas and the Black Messiah - AMC Lufkin Raya and the Last Dragon IMAX - AMC Tyler Chaos Walking IMAX - AMC Tyler Vixen - HBO Max Land - Cinemark Lufkin Doctor Who: Revolution of the Daleks - DVD Greyhound - Apple TV+ Boogie - AMC Tyler The Mauritanian - AMC Tyler On the Rocks - Apple TV+ The Courier - AMC Longview Zack Snyder's Justice League (2021) - HBO Max Nobody - AMC Lufkin Godzilla vs Kong 2D - AMC Longview Mortal Kombat (2021) 2D/IMAX - AMC Lufkin/AMC Tyler Minari - AMC Tyler Demon Slayer: Mugen Train - Cinemark Lufkin Here Today - AMC Tyler Wrath of Man IMAX - AMC Tyler Finding You - AMC Lufkin Those Who Wish Me Dead - AMC Lufkin Profile - AMC Lufkin The Mitchells vs the Machines - Netflix Thunder Force - Netflix Movies seen in April & so far in May! Signed up for a free week trial from Apple TV. Used it to watch Greyhound and On the Rocks. I was interested in both because of their stars Tom Hanks and Bill Murray and wound up being disappointed by both. Ah, well... Boogie was a predictable coming of age sports movie. I thought the culture would make for an interesting twist, but no. The Mauritanian and The Courier were interesting "based on true story" movies. Did not care much for the Zack Snyder cut overall. There was some stuff I liked, a lot I didn't, and some I actually missed from Joss Whedon's version. Took my sister, her husband, the youngest nephew & the niece to see Nobody. They liked it, and it was an interesting action movie, but I didn't care much for the ending. Took the oldest nephew to see Godzilla vs Kong, he liked it, said it was the first Godzilla movie he had watched all the way through. I thought it was on the level of the previous movies of the current franchise. Mortal Kombat was alright, nice callbacks to the videogame series. Went to see Minari the day it won Oscars. I thought it was an interesting family drama. The Cinemark in Lufkin has been open during the week for the last couple of weeks. Was running errands, came home to find the power out, went back to Lufkin & Demon Slayer: Mugen Train was the only movie showing that I hadn't seen at an AMC with my Stubs membership. Without having seen the tv series prior, I was able to keep up with what's what thanks to the flashbacks. And it was a pretty decent anime film, too. Here Today was good, but sad. Nice to see Billy Crystal still making movies - starring, directing & co-written. And I liked that the flashbacks were from his characters first person perspective. Wrath of Man was on my list of top ten to see this summer, because I liked The Gentlemen so much. This one was disappointing. I think it got bogged down by showing the one armor truck robbery three times, from three perspectives. Finding You was mindnumbingly predictable. Those Who Wish Me Dead has a good cast, lots of familiar faces for genre fans, but I think I dozed off a bit somewhere in the middle. May have to watch it again, either in theaters or via HBO Max. Profile was filmed with an interesting style, all done as if looking at the main character's laptop. And it actually got suspenseful there towards the end. The Mitchells vs the Machines was really funny, enjoyed that one quite a bit when I watched it on Netflix last night. Thunder Force was pretty stupid. But at least it had Jaseon Bateman in a supporting role. I have tickets reserved to see A Quiet Place Part II IMAX and Cruella on Friday.