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East Texas Pan-Geek, An Introduction

Alright, so, let’s begin. My name is Tom, and I’m a pan-geek.

Over a decade ago, a dear friend came up with the idea of pan-geeks – scifi fans that also liked regular science, fantasy, sports, board games, videogames, cosplay & conventions – basically a cross-section of nerdiness that wasn’t confined to just being a Trekkie, or a Browncoat, or a Whovian, but any & every one who got excited about being a geek and would bring what excited them to the figurative or literal table to share with others.

It was a fun group of folks, and I have since considered myself as not just a geek because of it.

When I lived in Austin, Texas, I would attend free screenings & write reviews for SciFi4Me.com. Fun times with that website, too. It’s still a going concern for Jason and his crew, check it out, if you like.

I’ve been living here in the eastern part of Texas for the last six years. Since there is next to nothing to do here (or, put another way, I don’t hear about events until after the fact), I watch a lot of movies, using streaming services like Hulu & Netflix, the Redbox rental service, and by simply going to the movie theater. But, since there isn’t a major market near here, the free screenings have ended.

Back in December, I joined AMC Stubs, and have not missed a week’s worth of three movies since then, sometimes just going to all three in a day. Friends & co-workers have suggested I start a blog to share my thoughts about what I’m watching, since I’m going to some of the same movies multiple times, and have hardly missed a new release unless I just had absolute zero interest in it.

This isn’t a personal blog, it won’t be a life story. It will be public, and it will be open for discussion if anyone wants to comment on what I’ve watched, what they’re watching, or what they are excited about seeing in the future, or an old favorite to share.

The Turning (2020)

Followed Dolittle with the new horror film The Turning while my nephew went to see Ford v Ferrari. I should have gone with him to watch that one again.

The Turning is a pretty awful film about a teacher who leaves her public school job to become the personal in-home teacher to one little girl in a mansion. Shortly after she arrives, the older brother of her student gets expelled from boarding school, but does not get a tutor of his own for some reason.

The mansion is shown to be hunted by the previous private tutor and the groundskeeper, both of whom were murdered on the property.

The teenage brother is predatory towards the tutor, and the little girl is just plain creepy.

Some of the scares in this movie would be easily resolved if characters knew how to turn on a light.

As the hauntings become more threatening, the tutor takes both children and they escape!

Except they don’t! The movie rewinds to about fifteen minutes prior, and another ending happens, instead.

And that ending comes out of fucking nowhere, and makes no sense whatsoever.

Dolittle (2020)

My oldest nephew & I went to see Dolittle this past Sunday night. I was curious, since I generally like Robert Downey, Jr and its been awhile since I’ve watched Antonio Banderas had a live action role.

The film opens with a narration from Emma Thompson’s Polly and an animated origin. The live action picks up years later into Dr. Dolittle’s isolation where a young boy brings a squirrel he shot on the same day an envoy from Queen Victoria arrives with a summons for the doctor to help the queen. The boy stows away with the envoy, and they all arrive at the palace where Dolittle sets off to find the fruit of Eden Island to save the queen. And that will allow him to keep the animal sanctuary that was gifted to him by the queen. He’s also pursued by Michael Sheen’s conspirator who has a part in the queen’s poisoning. And Antonio Banderas is a pirate king, and looks good doing that.

The CGI for the animals was decent, and I liked that they established Dolittle spoke animal, not the animals speaking English only to him.

I did not like much else about the movie. RDJ’s accent was horrible. Too much pop culture and modern slang in the dialogue. A dragon fart joke. Sheen was too cartoonish a villain.

There is a bonus scene midway through the credits, showing the fate of one character.

And every animal talks! How they hell are meat eating animals expected to eat prey that can beg for its life? What does Dolittle feed them to keep them healthy? Why does a dragonfly have human eyes? How loud does an ant have to be for Dolittle to hear it?

So much wrong with this movie.

Underwater (2020) / Bad Boys for Life (2020) IMAX / Just Mercy (2019)

Spent a Monday at the movies, going to the AMC Tyler since they have the option to watch the Bad Boys sequel in IMAX.

Underwater was first on my watch list that day. Not the worst Kristen Stewart film I’ve seen, for sure. It was an interesting idea, for sure, but just poorly done.

The movie opens with newspaper & email photos explaining the situation we’re about to watch. And it ends the same way. In between, we have a group of survivors trying to make their way across the ocean floor to escape the attack of previously undiscovered sea monsters.

Oh, and we get a full screen shot of TJ Miller’s torn underwear covered ass.

I read somewhere that the first Alien movie was an inspiration for this one. Too bad Underwater isn’t nearly as good.

My first viewing of Bad Boys for Life was at the IMAX. My second viewing with one of my nephews was in regular 2D. I’ve got to say, IMAX didn’t add that much to the movie.

I’m not a big fan of the Bad Boys films, but I’ve seen them. Gotta say, I really enjoyed this one.

Original cast members Will Smith, Martin Lawrence, Joe Pantoliano, Theresa Randle, Bianca Bethune, and Dennis Greene return in for their respective roles. Michael Bay doesn’t direct the movie, but is a producer and makes a cameo as the wedding’s master of ceremonies.

Mike goes on a rogue mission to find the man who tried to kill him, and drags Marcus along out of retirement to help him. And they both wind up working with a new, younger generation of cops in a group called AMMO (Advanced Miami Metro Operations).

It has been a few years since I last watched either of the original films, but I gotta say this is my favorite of the three.

And there is a bonus bit at the start of the credits to set up a fourth film.

My third movie that day was Just Mercy which was a fairly decent based on a true story film about a black man in Alabama who was wrongfully convicted of killing a white teenager and the lawyer who fought to get him his freedom from Death Row. Everyone involved puts in a fine performance, but the stand out to me was Tim Blake Nelson as the jailhouse snitch.

There are “where are they now” shots throughout the start of the end credits. Kind of annoying it wasn’t all there at once before the credits rolled.

Unfriended (2014) / Unfriended: Dark Web (2018) / Unfriended: Dark Web – Extended Version (2018)

I decided to watch the Unfriended film a couple of weeks ago, since it was available via Hulu. Been awhile since I had watched the trailer, so I wasn’t sure what to expect.

Essentially a found footage style movie, it has all the action happening via a character’s laptop screen using Skype, Facebook, YouTube, and other websites. On the anniversary of a classmate’s suicide, several friends hold a Skype group chat where the vengeful ghost of the girl who killed herself taunts and kills them.

Not sure how this played in theaters, but I can say it was difficult to read the text messages back and forth on my television.

Followed that up with the sequel, Unfriended: Dark Web, which was also available through Hulu. Its done the same way as the first, everything is seen through one character’s laptop.

A guy takes a laptop from his job’s lost & found, and while he & and his friends have a Skype group chat, he gains access to a “dark web” chat group. Turns out to be a torture / murder service for hire sort of group, and because he took the laptop, the owner wants it back. Each of the friends gets murdered by the dark web conspiracy group, of course, just as with the first movie.

The extended edition is essentially the same, just with a different ending. Checking on Wikipedia, it seems that three endings were filmed, and are available on the home release. But I do not plan to spend money to watch them.

And, to be honest, I find a conspiracy of assholes more believable than an angry electronic ghost. So, I think the sequel is marginally better than the original.

1917 (2019) BigD

When I saw the first trailer for 1917, I thought it looked interesting. The second trailer, even more so. The movie just opened here last Friday, so I reserved my AMC Stubs ticket to see it. I saw a YouTube video reviewer suggest seeing it on the largest screen possible, so I went with the BigD screen option at AMC Tyler.

I watched 1917 last night, and holy shit, what a fucking incredible experience of a film that was.

Two soldiers are tasked with delivering a message to stop an attack during World War I. That’s it. All they have to do is walk cross country from where they are to where they need to be during a war where the enemy has pulled back their forces and are in retreat. The general sending these two men knows its a trap, the colonel leading the attack does not, he thinks his offensive will end the war.

Colin Firth, Andrew Scott, Mark Strong & Benedict Cumberbatch have single scene roles that are spread out through the film.

Sam Mendes directed & co-wrote the film. And its done as a single shot with only one obvious cut, over an hour into it. The camera is always moving, shifting focus, following the soldiers and their eyeline point of view. And that helps bring tension and drama to the scenes as they cross No Man’s Land, explore an abandoned German bunker, and make their way across France.

Seriously, 1917 has made me start my “Best of 2020” list already.

Spies in Disguise 3D (2019)

My original plan was to see Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker IMAX yesterday. I decided not to drive to the AMC Tyler twice in two days, after going to see Star Wars IMAX 3D & Richard Jewell Wednesday evening. So, instead, I went to AMC Lufkin for the last 3D showing of Spies in Disguise. I even had Theater 5 to myself until just as the movie started, when more folks showed up.

Will Smith voices Lance Sterling, a James Bond – esque super spy for America, who has to go on the run when he’s framed by the villain, voiced by Ben Mendelsohn. Apparently that guy is just gonna make a career of being evil, aside from his appearances in the Marvel movies. Tom Holland is Walter, the weird tech guy who makes non-lethal equipment for the government agency. When Sterling goes to Walter’s house, he drinks a formula that turns him into a pigeon.

Pigeon Sterling and Walter are then on the run and on the way to stop the bad guy from obtaining the list of all the agents working for the US government & attacking using killer drones.

Rashida Jones, Karen Gillan, DJ Khaled, Masi Oka, and Reba McEntire have supporting roles in the adventure.

First off, the movie opened with Scrat from the Ice Age films providing the Blue Sky studio logo, and it reminded me that its been forever since I watched a Blue Sky movie. Looked it up, and the last one they produced was Ferdinand, which was three years ago & is one I still have not watched. Dammit.

Second, the 3D was nice, and used to good effect in some parts, but I don’t think it was necessary. If its still playing in 2D in a couple of weeks, I may go check it out again after I get caught up on a few other new releases.

Third, I was glad to see that Lance Sterling actually looks like an animated Will Smith. I remember back when Planet 51 came out, and Dwayne Johnson was cast as the voice of a blonde haired, blue eyed astronaut.

Fourth, there’s a lot of humor in this movie, I laughed quite a bit during it. Some of it falls flat, but for the most part, its enjoyable.

Fifth, there is animated nudity. A villain, when caught just getting out of a pool, drops his towel and there’s tattooed man ass on the screen. And again, the same man ass after that character is knocked out. That was surprising.

Finally, if ya stay to the end of the credits, there is an 8 bit animation that ties in with a scene from earlier in the movie, but it isn’t necessary to watch. It isn’t a bonus, or a setup for a sequel, just a cute little thing at the very end.

But, speaking of credits, I also enjoyed the James Bond – ish opening credit sequence, foreshadowing events of the movie.

Top Ten to See Winter 2019/2020

So, I made a list of Top Ten to see this winter after I saw A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, the last of the ten to see this past fall. Two of the movies on my list have already been watched, twice.

December 13th
Jumanji: The Next Level

December 20th
Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker

December 25th
Little Women

Janury 10th
1917

January 17th
Bad Boys for Life

January 24th
The Gentlemen

Febuary 7th
Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn

March 6th
Onward

March 20th
A Quiet Place Part II

March 27th
Mulan

There are two movies I want to see in April, so far, The New Mutants (April 3rd), if it actually gets released, and No Time To Die (April 10th), the new James Bond film. And then we’ll go right into the summer!

Bombshell (2019)

I went out to the Cinemark in Lufkin Friday afternoon, and used my rain check voucher from the Fathom Events’ screening of When Harry Met Sally to watch Jay Roach’s Bombshell.

Based on the true story of the sexual harassment scandal at FOX News that led to the termination of Roger Ailes and, as a side effect, Bill O’Reilly. The film stars Charlize Theron as Megyn Kelly, Nicole Kidman as Gretchen Carlson, John Lithgow as Roger Ailes, and Malcolm McDowell as Rupert Murdoch. And Margot Robbie as a fictional composite character Kayla Pospisil. Its a shame that her character is the fictional character amidst all the real life events, since her story is the most dramatic in the film.

Mixed in with all that is archive footage from Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

There is voice over narration, some talking to the camera, names, positions & dates superimposed over the action on screen.

And a text wrap up at the end, which I thought was interesting, since it says FOX paid out more to Ailes & O’Reilly than they did to their victims.

With this trip to the Cinemark, there were not any technical issues, though I was surprised by the Google video commercial mixed in with the trailers. Trailer, trailer, commercial, trailer, trailer, two more commercials, and then the movie.

230 “New to Me” Movies Watched in 2019

Thanks to my AMC Stubs membership, Fathom Events, streaming services Netflix & Hulu, rentals from Redbox, and a Victory membership with the Alamo Drafthouse, I watch two hundred & thirty movies that were new to me in the year 2019.

The rules to be a new to me movie are pretty simple – either a brand new film I haven’t watched before or an older movie I haven’t seen either in a theater or at home, or an old favorite I haven’t seen in a theater before, but have watched at home. Format changes, such as 2D, 3D, IMAX, IMAX 3D, or BigD count, too. For example, I watched Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker in 2D at the Alamo Drafthouse in North Richland Hills, Texas and again in 3D at the AMC Lufkin in Lufkin, Texas last week. Next week, I’ll be watching it again in IMAX and IMAX 3D at the AMC Tyler. So, that movie will be on both my lists of “new to me” movies in 2019 and 2020.

So, with that in mind, here’s the list!

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 – theater
Captain Marvel IMAX/3D/2D – theater/theater/theater
Thunderbold 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 – theater
Cruel Intentions (1999) – theater
Reign of the Supermen – theater

Dumbo 2D – 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
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/theater/theater/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/2D – theater/theater
Dark Phoenix 2D/IMAX – Alamo Drafthouse/theater

Men in Black: International IMAX – theater
Shaft (2019) – theater
Late Night – theater
Field of Dreams (1989) – Fathom Events
Toy Story 4 IMAX – theater
The Secret Life of Pets 2 – theater
Child’s Play (2019) – theater
Anna – theater
Yesterday – theater
The Dead Don’t Die – theater

The Spy Who Dumped Me – Hulu
Bob Saget: Zero to Sixty – Hulu
Sklar Brothers: Hipster Ghosts – Hulu
Attack the Block – Hulu
Godzilla (1): Planet of the Monsters – Netflix
Spider-Man: Far From Home 2D/3D/IMAX – Alamo Drafthouse/theater/theater
The Old Man & the Gun – Hulu
Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles – Hulu
Proud Mary – Hulu
The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot – Hulu

G.I. Joe: The Movie (1987) – Hulu
Robin Hood (2018) – Hulu
Robin Hood (2010) – Hulu
Crawl – theater
Stuber – theater
Love, Simon – Hulu
Fight Club – Hulu
The Lion King 3D/2D (2019) – theater/theater
Child’s Play (1988) – Hulu
Child’s Play 2 (1990) – Hulu

Child’s Play 3 (1991) – Hulu
Dunkirk – Hulu
1922 – Netflix
Hearts Beat Loud – Hulu
The Muppet Movie (1979) – Fathom Events
Once Upon a Timeā€¦in Hollywood – theater
Widows – Hulu
The Angry Birds Movie 2 2D – theater
Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw 2D – theater
The Kitchen – theater

The Amazing Johnathan Documentary – Hulu
Where’d You Go, Bernadette – theater
Blinded by the Light – theater
Good Boys – theater
Ready or Not – theater
47 Meters Down: Uncaged – theater
A Bad Moms Christmas – Hulu
Dave Chappelle: Sticks & Stones – Netflix
Molly’s Game – Hulu
Peppermint – Hulu

Colin Quinn: Red State Blue State – Netflix
Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins – theater
Spider-Man: Far From Home – Extended Cut – theater
IT: Chapter Two IMAX – theater
The Peanut Butter Falcon – theater
Angel has Fallen – theater
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark – theater
The Happytime Murders – Hulu
Can You Ever Forgive Me? – Hulu
Bill Burr: Paper Tiger – Netflix

The Goldfinch – theater
Hustlers – theater
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) – Fathom Events
Between Two Ferns: The Movie – Netflix
Rambo: Last Blood BigD – theater
Ad Astra IMAX – theater
Brittany Runs a Marathon – theater
Jeff Dunham: Beside Himself – Netflix
Deadpool 2: Super Duper Cut (Unrated Version) – Hulu
Abominable 2D/3D – theater/theater

Joker – theater
Ghostbusters (1984) – Fathom Events
Judy – theater
The Addams Family BigD (2019) – theater
Jexi – theater
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back – Fathom Events
Jay and Silent Bob Reboot – Fathom Events
Justice League vs the Fatal Five – redbox
Teen Titans Go! vs Teen Titans – redbox
Gemini Man 2D – theater

Zombieland: Double Tap – theater
Little Monsters – Hulu
Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: The Flash – Hulu
Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Attack of the Legion of Doom – Hulu
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil IMAX – theater
Black and Blue – theater
Countdown – theater
Dracula (1931) – Alamo Drafthouse
Dolemite (1975) – Alamo Drafthouse
Dolemite is My Name (2019) – Netflix

Terminator: Dark Fate IMAX – theater
Motherless Brooklyn – theater
The Lighthouse – theater
Seth Meyers: Lobby Baby – Netflix
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie – Netflix
Last Christmas – theater
Doctor Sleep – theater
Jojo Rabbit – Alamo Drafthouse
Midway (2019) – theater
Playing with Fire – theater

Ford v Ferrari IMAX – theater
Charlie’s Angels BigD – theater
Batman vs Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Redbox
The Good Liar – theater
21 Bridges – theater
Knives Out – theater
Mike Birbiglia: The New One – Netflix
Frozen II IMAX – theater
The Irishman – Netflix
The 24 Hour War (2016) – Netflix

Shelby American – Netflix
Harriet – theater
Queen & Slim – theater
The Spirit – Hulu
Playmobil: The Movie – theater
Jumanji: The Next Level 3D/2D – theater/theater
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood – theater
Dark Waters – theater
Black Christmas (2019) – theater
Michelle Wolf: Joke Show – Netflix

Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker 2D/3D – Alamo Drafthouse/theater

Fathom Events: When Harry Met Sally 30th Anniversary

I went out to the Cinemark Lufkin Tuesday for the four o’clock matinee of When Harry Met Sally. This is one of my favorite movies, and the second time I’ve seen it in the theater. I’ve watched it on VHS, DVD, and cable over the last few decades, and even have an autographed copy from Rob Reiner, from a screening event in Austin a few years ago.

So, Fathom Events. There’s preshow trivia, usually. An introduction to the movie, and then a little something after the credits from Turner Classic Movies. This was advertised in the trailer for the event, too.

I was one of only two people in the theater for the matinee. There was preshow trivia on the screen. There were trailers for the ballet series and an anime film coming to theaters through Fathom Events. The house lights went down, the screen went dark, there was a second or two of audio, and then the house lights came back up, nothing on the screen, no sound from the speakers.

I was back row, center of Theater 12, and could hear audio in the projection booth. When the opening music started, without a picture on screen, I went to complain.

Two employees behind the concession counter, one manager in front of it. Employee #1 looked at me, and asked how he could help me. I told him what was going on in the theater, and he said he would let a manager know, and just turned to look at the woman standing on my side of the counter. She said she would take care of it.

I go back into the theater, and a moment or two later, the movie starts, but it is already in progress, with Harry making out with Amanda as Sally pulls up. I go back out to the lobby, and catch the manager. I told her the movie was in progress, and asked if it could be restarted. She said she would take care of it.

I go back into the theater again, and Harry is rolling down the window after spitting grape seeds at it. The movie freezes, goes forward a bit, then freezes, and goes back to Meg Ryan’s name in the opening credits. No studio logo, no Billy Crystal. The manager decided that was good enough, and the movie restarted.

Prior to the screen going black at the beginning, there was a card up saying to stay after the credits for the TCM insight into the movie.

The movie itself played without any further issues, thankfully. Its still funny, I still love it. It will always be one of my favorites.

The other theater guest & I both sat through the credits, but as soon as they were done, the screen went dark and the house lights came back up.

No insight from TCM.

I went back to the concession counter & complained to two other employees, asking for a refund since the there were so many problems with the start of the movie, and nothing from TCM as advertised. They called a manager to the counter, different from the one when the movie started. I told him everything that had happened, and was given a rain check card instead of a refund.

Guess that would have to be good enough.

The next Fathom Event, Meet Me in St. Louis, isn’t playing in Lufkin. Not sure when I will use this rain check…

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