Bob Garver, Special to Valley News
I was able to see “The New Mutants,” as well as a few others, in a theater during a recent trip to Pennsylvania. If you are lucky enough to live in an area where theaters are open, wear masks in the theater, practice social distancing and follow all safety guidelines out of consideration for your fellow moviegoers.
It has been a bumpy ride getting “The New Mutants” to theaters, and I’m not just referring to pandemic-related closures. The film was shot in 2017, but it delayed due to planned reshoots that were canceled, conflicts with other releases, the Disney/Fox merger and a speculated feeling that the film is too embarrassingly bad to be released. The dread feeling was completely justified. The only way this lousy movie could ever do we