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Sensation Hunters
40 minutes ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Very low grade movie about a woman who isn't very good at making herself moral. She performs in nightclubs, cheats on men, and other unmentionable things! The acting here is pretty bad, but it's a fascinating carwreck lol

Let It Ride
Let It Ride (1989)
2 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Occasionally cute, but mostly meandering tale about a down on his luck bookie who all of a sudden has a winning streak. That's essentially the plot. Richard Dreyfuss has to carry this for 90 minutes. He tries. Really he does, but the nothing-is-really-going-onnesss catches up to this one badly.

X-Men
X-Men (2000)
5 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A great rewatch. The movie which launched the career of Hugh Jackman (and in some ways, Ian McKellen), and heck, even Marvel started to gain momentum. Great superheroes, memorable lines, and all out fun.

Get Out
Get Out (2017)
7 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Yes. All the hype is justified. Just an absolute blast. Lots of surprises, weird stuff and Katherine Keener too! Very very clever.

The Mummy
The Mummy (1999)
9 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

What I thought might be a dated adventure (I've seen this before) turned out to be an enjoyable flick all over again. There are some special effects that havent stood the test of time (the sand storm face mostly) but some still get under your skin, like those bugs... Brendan Fraser is fun as the adventurer who agrees to help an archaelogist (well.. LIBRARIAN find a lost Egyptian city and the treasures trapped in with it. When she finds a book of the dead, why yes, she DOES read from it and awakens a 3000 year old Mummy! Fun from the get-go for sure.
REWATCH NOTES: Saw this again! It really never gets old. Enjoyed it equally! Why can't Brendan Fraser do stuff like this anymore?