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For a guy who can shoot a guy in the neck on a bullet train from 2 kilometers away, Will Smith's government assassin Henry seems to be the last guy to figure out he is being chased by his own clone. I mean, the whole audience knows this going in to the movie, and despite Henry's laser-like focus and accuracy as a sniper, he goes through at least a couple action sequences with "Junior" (Will Smith de-aged to 20-something) without noticing something familiar about the younger assassin.

This is just one of the head-scratching kinda dumb things about Gemini Man.

There all sorts of weirdly exciting things going on in Ad Astra, like space monkeys, lunar buggy pirates, and electromagnetic pulses from Neptune that threaten to destroy life on Earth (and maybe in the solar system) as we know it. Commuter flights to the Moon! Humans born on Mars! Secret rocket bases on the dark side of the Moon! Yeah, see? I'm intrigued! I love a good space story as much as anybody else!

But Ad Astra, beyond being full of interesting ideas and even better cinematography (it looks fantastic), is a moody snoozer of a naval-gazing sci-fi film that never convinced me that it was as smart as it thinks it is.

Ad Astra is a film that seems to believe – and subsequently wants its audience to believe – that it’s a lot more philosophical and meaningful than it actually is. Austere, quiet and incredibly s-l-o-w – but beautifully shot – the set-in-the-“near future” film is unconvincingly introspective, presenting audiences with what I think is meant to be a powerful father/son-centric story about life and purpose... that ultimately feels fairly lifeless and purposeless.

You gotta love an athletic triumph story that admits that you may shit yourself in the process.

Full of heart, The Peanut Butter Falcon imagines a Huckleberry-Finn type story with a new kind of hero.

Don't tell grandma she has cancer. What seems to be the worst idea to one may be the best idea for all. (Yes, you'll probably cry. But don't worry, this sweet, gentle movie will also make you laugh.)

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