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  1. Shazam 4/9 8:30 PM. 60% Full Trailers: Detective Pikachu Breakthrough The Sun is Also a Star Godzilla: King of the Monsters Dark Phoenix The Secret Life of Pets 2 Men In Black: International Avengers Endgame Very positive audience reaction. Lots of laughs at all the comedic moments. Some sniffs at one of the more emotional moments. A lot of people applauded when it was over. The post-credits scene got huge laughs. Hellboy 4/12 1:30 PM. 15-20 People? Trailers: Anna John Wick 3 Stuber Godzilla: King of the Monsters Good Boys Rocketman Booksmart Not much of a reaction besides a few laughs. 2 people walked out about halfway through and didn't come back. Didn't hear any comments coming out, but everyone seemed pretty bored by it as was I.
  2. The Beach Bum 3/28 7:00 PM. I was the only person in the whole theater. Have no idea why the studio is giving this a wide release. Trailers: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Rocketman Good Boys (Red-Band) Shaft Lucy in the Sky The Lodge I laughed a couple of times. Overall, wasn't a big fan. On a side note, there were a bunch of people seeing Five Feet Apart tonight.
  3. US 9:30 PM. 3/25. 60% Full. Solid turnout for a late showing on a Monday night. Trailers: Ma Little Pet Symetary The Curse of La Larona Avengers: Endgame John Wick Chapter 3 Booksmart (Red-Band) Very responsive audience for this showing. There was a lot of chattering during the trailers and the first few minutes of the movie, but they got quiet pretty quickly. Lots of laughs and even a couple of screams at one or two moments. The overall reaction seemed to be mixed though. Some people seemed to like it and other people leaving said it was stupid.
  4. Fighting With My Family 3/5 7:20 P.M. 60% Full. Trailers: Aladdin Wonder Park Five Feet Apart Little The Sun is Also a Star Missing Link The Hustle Lots of laughter from the audience throughout. Heard very positive comments leaving the theater. Captain Marvel 3/12 11:30 AM. 5 People. Trailers: Frozen 2 Dumbo Dark Phoenix Godzilla: King of the Monsters Late Night Rocketman Spider-Man: Far Away from Home Hobbs and Shaw 2 people walked in during the last half hour, stood in the book for 5 minutes and then left. Only scene that got any reaction was some laughs with one scene with the cat.
  5. Cold Pursuit 2/8/18 1:30 PM. 60% Full. Trailers: John Wick 3 HellBoy Alitta: Battle Angel Godzilla: King of the Monsters Hobbs & Shaw Pet Symatary Fighting With My Family Most of the audience was laughing throughout the film. I didn't expect it to be quite as humorous as it was. Some of the more violent scenes got a couple of gasps. I heard a lot of positive comments from people leaving. I really enjoyed it as well. Stan & Ollie 2/13 12:10 PM. Me and 1 other person. Trailers: All is True Breakthrough Disney's Penguins I laughed a couple of times. No reactions from the other person. Overall, I thought it was a good movie. Happy Death Day 2 U 2/14 2:45 PM. 3 People in the largest auditorium. Trailers: Greta Us Dark Phoenix The Curse of La Llorna Pet Symatary Men In Black: International The Hustle Child's Play I laughed at a few scenes, but the two other people were dead silent the entire time. Overall, I thought the movie was OK, but enjoyed the first one more.
  6. Serenity 1/24 7:00 PM. 9 People. Trailers: The Informer After Us Fighting With My Family Miss Bala Pet Symmetary Lots of whispering throughout the 2nd half. A few scenes made people laugh. Terrible movie.
  7. Ben is Back 1/15 12:20 PM. 4 people in one of the smallest auditoriums at the theater. Trailers: Run The Race Miss Bala Gloria Bell Rocketman Everybody Knows Godzilla: King of the Monsters Dead silent. About an hour into the movie some old lady walked in and sat in the front row for about 20 minutes and then left. Not sure what it is with old people doing this at the movies. Thought the movie was great. Glass 1/17 7:00 PM. 65% Full Trailers: Happy Death Day 2 U Us Alita: Battle Angel Serenitiy Pet Symmetary Miss Bala Captain Marvel Godzilla: King of the Monsters Any scene with Hedwig got huge laughs from all of the audience. Gasps and "OMG's" at the twists and "aww's" during one scene towards the end. Lots of chattering when it was over, but couldn't hear if it was positive or negative. I loved it, but it's going to be divide people.
  8. Aquaman 1/3 6:30 PM. 70% Full. Trailers: The Lego Movie 2 Fighting With My Family Hellboy Shazam! Audience loved it! Tons of laughing throughout at all of the jokes. Even got an applause at the end. Everyone stuck around for the mid-credits scene as well. I wasn't all that crazy about it. The Upside 1/11 1:15 PM. 60% Full. Great turnout for a matinee crowd on a weekday for this kind of film. Trailers: Uglydolls Where'd You Go Bernadette Little What Men Want A Madea Family Funeral They Shall Not Grow Old Aladdin Tons of laughter throughout. Several scenes in particular got huge laughs. One scene made almost everyone in the theater audibly cringe. Coming out I heard nothing but great things from people. Everyone seemed to love it. It's a real crowd pelasing film.
  9. Welcome To Marwen 12/23 7:00 PM. 30% full Trailers: Glass Downtown Abbey (Lots of chatering when the titled appeared) Rocketman Isn't It Romantic Dumbo The Upside Cold Pursuit Some laughs during the doll seqeunces. Didn't hear anything leaving, but I thought this one was pretty terrible. Vice 12/27 7:15 PM. 50% full. Trailers: Where'd You Go, Bernadette Fighting with my Family They Shall Not Grow Old What Men Want Cold Pursuit The Upside Captain Marvel Some laughter throughout. The scenes in particular that got the biggest laughs were any scenes with Bush and Chenney's heart attacks. A couple people I noticed get up multiple times and some were on their phones quite a bit. Overall, didn't seem like that positive as a reaction as only a couple people stayed for the mid-credits scene. I thought it was OK.
  10. Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse 12/13 10:15 PM. 35% Full. Trailers: A Dogs Way Home The Kid Who Would Be King The Secret Life of Pets 2 Shazam How To Train Your Dragon Bumblebee Very positive reaction from the audience. Lots of laughs throughout and gasps at the revealing moments. One girl in theater had an emotional reaction to any scene that was slightly sad. Almost everyone stayed for the post-credits scene which got huge laughs and applause. Spider-Man Into The Spiderverse 12/16 10:15 PM 3D Showing. 5 people Trailers: The Kid Who Would Be King A Dogs Way Home Shazam Bumblebee Overcomer The Secret Life of Pets 2 (3D) How To Train Your Dragon (3D) Not nearly as much as a reaction as the first time I saw it due to the lack of a crowd, but there were some chuckles throughout. The Mule 12/18 9:15 PM. 20% full. Trailers: Destroyer Glass Gloria Bell On The Basis of Sex Godzilla: King of the Monsters Laughs at the comedic moments. Everyone stayed to watch the first half of the credits. Leaving I heard mostly positive comments and some people saying they wanted to go read the true story the movie was based on.
  11. Ralph Breaks The Internet 12/6 9:00 PM. 8 people. Trailers: The Lego Movie 2 Missing Link Toy Story 4 Dumbo Toy Story 4 Teaser 2 Good amount of laughter throughout the whole movie. The lady sitting in front of me was laughing the hardest out of anybody in the theater. While I did laugh at some parts I overall found the movie to be rather dissapointing. Anna and the Apocalypse 12/7 12:40 PM. 8 people. Trailers: Vox Lux Pet Symmetry Once Upon a Deadpool Aquaman Happy Death Day 2U Fighting With My Family The Prodigy. 1 old guy walked out about 20 minutes in and another person walked out around 40 minutes. Aside from that there were some laughs from the audience and those who stayed seem to enjoyed it as did I, but it's not going to be for everyone.
  12. Ok I've got a bunch of these to do. Suspiria 11/2 8:45 PM. 25 people. Trailers: Anna and the Apocalypse Vox Lux Mary Queen of Scots The Favourite Climax Lots of gasping and shrieking throughout the film. You could really tell that most of the audience was uncomfortable throughout the movie. 3 people walked out during the Epilogue. Didn't hear anything walking out, but it seemed like for the most part people enjoyed. You could tell that the people there knew what to expect with this one and weren't expecting a more traditional horror film. The Girl In The Spider's Web 11/9 11:25 AM. 5 people Trailers: Miss Bala Escape Room Glass Aquaman Pet Symmetry The Mule Cold Pursuit Not a peep from the audience. Movie was so boring I nearly walked out tbh. Can You Ever Forgive Me 11/17. 9:15 PM. 8 people. Trailers: Mary Queen of Scots Welcome to Marwen On The Basis of Sex The Mule The Favourite Some laughter at a few scenes, otherwise pretty quiet. Everyone seemed to enjoy it. Creed II 11/20. 9:20 PM. 70% full. Trailers: Fighting With My Family On The Basis of Sex Glass Cold Pursuit Shazam! There was a group of people sitting behind us who were laughing abnoxiously at random moments that weren't meant to be humorous. Besides that, the comedic moments got laughs from the audiences and there were a lot of gasps during the boxing scenes. Leaving the theater I heard a lot of people saying how much they enjoyed it.. Green Book 11/23. SOLD OUT in a 50 seat auditorium. Trailers: Welcome to Marwen On The Basis of Sex Gloria Bell The Mule The Favourite Laughter throughout. Seemed like the audience enjoyed it as did I. The Front Runner 11/27. 12:55 PM. 7 people Trailers: Miss Bala A Dog's Way Home The Mule Schindlers List Re-Release Rocketman Cold Pursuit. About 10-15 minutes into the movie some old guy came into the theater and stood in the isle for about 5 minutes before taking a seat at the end of the row I was sitting in and then started eating really loudly while breathing heavily. Luckily he moved a few rows down a couple of minutes later. Aside from that, there were only 2 scenes that got any laughs from the audience. Leaving I heard people saying they enjoyed it.
  13. Bohemian Rhapsody 7:00 PM in Dolby Atmos. November 1st. 85% full. Trailers: Widows Green Book Rocketman The Favourite There was a lot of laughter throughout the film at the comedic moments and a few jokes even got some applause after them. Didn't expect the film to be quite as funny as it was. During the Live Aid scene, you could see a lot of people tapping their feet to the music. One woman was even clapping her hands along with the crowd during Radio GaGa. About half of the theater stayed until the very end of the credits. Everyone seemed like they really enjoyed it.
  14. Mid90s 10/26 12:45 PM. I was the only person in the entire theater which hasn't happened in a couple years. Trailers: Climax The Beach Bum Green Book Bumblebee The Mule Ralph Breaks The Internet (Weird trailer to show before this movie) Since I was the only one there really no reaction, but I did laugh a couple times and overall enjoyed the movie.
  15. Halloween 9:00 PM 10/18. 45% full in the smallest auditorium at the theater. Was kind hoping for a larger crowd as these kind of movies work better with them. Trailers: Glass Happy Death Day 2U Bohemian Rhapsody Captive State Captain Marvel Although it was kinda a small crowd, everyone in the theater was having a blasts. Lots of laughs, gasps, and jumping at all of the right moments. One older guy sitting at the end of our row was probably laughing the hardest out of everyone in the theater. About 25% of people stuck around until the very end of the credits. Beautiful Boy 3:15 PM 10/19 16 people. Trailers: Mary Queen of Scots At Eternity's Gate Mid90's If Beale Street Could Talk Dead silent throughout except a few sniffles in the last half hour. For about half of the credits most people were just sitting there. Walking out one woman said how hard it was her to watch and that she want to leave at parts. Can't blame her, it was a super hard movie to watch.
  16. Bad Times at the El Royale 10/11 7:00 P.M. 65% full. Trailers: The Girl in the Spiders Web Overlord Aquaman Bohemian Rhapsody Widows The Mule Not much of a reaction from the audience, although there was one scene in particular that made just about everyone in the theater jump. Seemed like kind of a mixed reaction when it was over, some people looked like they enjoyed it and others were just didn't seem that impressed. I personally found it to be rather "meh". First Man 10/14 12:40 P.M. 45% Full Trailers: Instant Family The Girl in the Spider's Web Ben is Back Aquaman Widows Welcome to Marwen Green Book I don't think the audience was all that into it. I noticed a lot of people getting up throughout the movie and the kid in front of me was playing on his phone through a lot of it. With that scene, everyone seemed really tense and there were a few gasps during the moon landing sequence. One person walked out right after the moon landing scene. I personally loved it, but I can see why some people feel more mixed about it.
  17. Venom 12:00 P.M. 10/5. 35% full Trailers: The Girl in the Spider's Web Glass Creed 2 Shazam Alita: Battle Angel Bumblebee Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse Some laughter at the comedic moments. The lady in front of me jumped a couple of times. Most people stayed for the first post-credits scene, but only a few stayed for the Into the Spiderverse clip at the end. I thought the movie was a trainwreck 3.5/10. The Sisters Brothers 7:45 P.M. 10/5 40% full Trailers: Mary Queen of Scots Mid90's The Happy Prince If Beale Street Could Talk Laughs at the comedic moments. "Ew's" at a few gross scenes and some of the audience seemed a bit shocked by how violent it was at times. A couple walked out about half an hour in and another person 15 minutes before it ended. When the credits rolled there were a few laughs. I'm really not sure if the audience liked it that much, but I thought it was good. 7/10.
  18. HellFest 10/2 9:20 P.M., 8 people Trailers: The Nutcracker and the Four Realms Venom Instant Family Overlord Hunter Killer Alita: Battle Angel Aquamna Robin Hood Audience was reaction was dead silent, although the dude sitting at the end of our row looked like he was on the edge of his seat quite a bit during the climax. For me personally, this is one of the worst movies I've seen this year. A Star is Born 10/4 7:00 70% full. Dolby Atmos theater. Trailers: The Girl in the Spider's Web First Man Bohemian Rhapsody Vice On the Basis of Sex The Upside Rocketman Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Griswald The audience lauged at all of the right moments. While I didn't hear anyone crying, you could tell a lot of people were a bit emotional while leaving the theater. 8/10 for me.
  19. We The Animals 9/23 1:40 P.M. Me and one other person. Trailers: The Old Man and the Gun On The Basis of Sex A Star is Born What Men Want The Happy Prince No reaction since it was only me and one other person. Night School 9/27 10:00 P.M. About 50% full Trailers: (I arrived late so I missed a few) Second Act Holmes & Watson Nobody's Fool Glass Green Book The audience was really into it. Lots of laughter throughout. Almost everyone but me and one other person stayed to watch the scenes playing during the credits.
  20. The Predator 9/14 2:30 P.M. 3 people total. Trailers: Overlord Captive State Mid90's (Red-Band) Hell Fest Halloween Bohemian Rhapsody Aquaman Bad Times at the El Royale No reaction from audience. I didn't care for it. A Simple Favor 9/17 1:00 P.M. 40% full Trailers: The Girl in the Spider's Web Life Itself Instant Family Halloween A Star is Born Hunter Killer Robin Hood Some laughs from the audiences. I thought it was enjoyable. Assassination Nation 9/21 1:30 P.M. 4 people. Trailers: Hunter Killer The Girl in the Spider's Web Mid90's (Red-Band) Halloween Aquaman The Beach Bum (Red-Band) Only reaction was from one guy who laughed at one scene. One other person walked out in the last 10 minutes. Personally, this was one of the worst movies I've seen this year.
  21. Searching 9/8 12:00 P.M. 6 people. Trailers: A Simple Favor Bumblebee Mortal Engines A Star is Born White Boy Rick The Girl in the Spider's Web No reaction from the audiences. Me and my friend really enjoyed it. White Boy Rick 9/13 7:00 P.M. 7 people. Trailers: Hunter Killer Overlord First Man A Star is Born Bad Times at the El Royale The Front-Runner The Girl in the Spider's Web The couple and two old ladies near me were pretty chatty throughout the whole movie. Occasional laughs. When it was over one of the old ladies said "that wasn't what I was expecting". It was an OK movie.
  22. Sorry To Bother You 7/13, 1:30 P.M.. 60% Full in a 49 seat auditorium. Trailers: Blindspotting BlackKklansman The Happytime Murders (Red-Band) The audience was laughing hard throughout the entire movie. Everyone seemed to enjoy it. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom 7/21 6:45 P.M., 95% full Trailers: Creed II Robin Hood Mission Impossible A Star is Born Serenity The Grinch Audience had a really positive reaction to the movie. Everyone was laughing and jumping at the right moments. One person applauded one scene and most of the theater applauded when the movie was over. Coming out a few people were talking about how there had to be a third one.
  23. Ant-Man and the Wasp 7:30. 80% full. It's economy Tuesday here so tickets are half off which brings out bigger crowds than normal for a Weekday showing. Trailers: Hotel Transylvania The Meg Mission Impossible The House with a Clock in it's Walls Creed II The Darkest Minds The Nutcracker and the Four Realms Dumbo The movie got a good reaction from the audience. Lots of laughs throughout most of it. The post-credits scene got a huge gasp from the audience. A few people had some really young kids with them who were noisy a couple of times.
  24. Sicario: Day of the Soldado 1:20 P.M. 40% Full Trailers: City of Lies Black Kkklansman Mission Impossible The First Purge First Man A Star is Born The Equalizer 2 White Boy Rick The Predator (Red-Band Trailer) Movie literally started half-an-hour later because of so many trailers. Audience was mostly quiet besides a few laughs at the more humorous lines. The movie was good, but the first was better.
  25. Deadpool 2 7:00 5/23 75% full. It was discount day at the theater here so it was pretty crowded for a week night. Trailers: Bohemian Rhapsody The Predator Johnny English 3 The Happytime Murders (Red-Band) - The theater went nuts during the end of the trailer Sorry to Bother You (Red-Band) Replicas Pretty much the kind of reaction you would expect from this kind of movie. Theater was laughing throughout the entire movie and even a few people applauded at some jokes. The post-credits scene got the biggest laughs of the entire movie. I enjoyed it, but I thought the first film was much better.
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