I say "forced" not because I didn't want to see it -- and it was awesome, though one sister might start crying if she sees it. But when the alternative is going home and taking a nap, I have to force myself to do anything. Plus, I had to ride three subway stops to get to the theater.
I was sure I'd wind up not going, so I didn't ask anyone to join me.
But I did it!
It was, as I said, great, and I find it quite interesting to see what the screen writers choose to use from the comic and what they ignore.
After seeing it, though, I decided I am not going to AMC Theatres again. It's Regal Cinemas for me.
AMC does have captions. That is wonderful. But the caption device sits atop a gooseneck support that fits in the drink holder. You adjust it so you can see the captions and the movie.
I don't have a drink holder, so I have to use the one on the movie seat next to me. This means the gooseneck isn't really tall enough for me in the wheelchair. I wind up reading the captions, then looking at the screen and vice versa.
At Regal, you get the awesome caption glasses. You can be a wheelchair user who uses captions.