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Watched Dark Phoenix last night...

It was okay. Didn't like that it was sort of a redo of X-Men 3...
I have HBO right now for Westworld and have been debating whether to watch Dark Phoenix. I was a huge fan of the original X-men movies (bought them all on disk), but have been mostly disappointed with the reboots. And Dark Phoenix got especially bad reviews.

For my Saturday night movie, I opted for LEGO Movie 2 instead.
 

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For my Saturday night movie, I opted for LEGO Movie 2 instead.
You can’t go wrong with the Legos movies!

For my most recent movie streamed, I watched “Glass” on HBO Now. Hard to believe that “Unbreakable” came out 20 years ago. A worthwhile finish to the Trilogy.
 

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I went on a movie binge during my last week with HBO. I did end up watching Dark Phoenix. I also watched Shaft, Hobbs and Shaw, and Joker.

Shaft turned out to be a pleasant surprise. Not a great movie, but just a lot of fun. As an action comedy-type movie, I probably liked it better than Hobbs and Shaw for the dialogue, humor, and story, though obviously the action sequences weren't as spectacular (and unbelievable).
 

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“Ad Astra” on HBO Max. Boy, what a bad, bad movie. Am I glad I didn’t pay to see it in the theaters.
 
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“Ad Astra” on HBO Max. Boy, what a bad, bad movie. Am I glad I didn’t pay to see it in the theaters.
Same here. It moved rather slowly, and
there were no aliens discovered at the end. :(
Why do you say it was bad?
 

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I noticed last night the 2019 movie Just Mercy with Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx, and Brie Larson was free to rent on Amazon Prime. I went ahead and "rented" it knowing I'd have 30 days to watch it and not knowing how long it would remain free to rent.
 

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