On May 20, 2020, appellant filed a “Motion for Summary Judgment in Favor of Appellant,” arguing he was entitled to a judgment of $500,000,000 because “[t]he response from the Appellee did not rebut a single claim or deny a single claim made therefore they have conceded.” A motion for summary judgment is a pretrial motion that must be filed in the trial court before the trial court enters a final judgment. See TEX. R. CIV. P. 166a. Accordingly, we DENY the motion, and instead construe the filing as a reply brief so that any substantive arguments may be considered when the appeal is set for submission.