Thought on the upcoming Netflix Original, Don't Look Up

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Here's the trailer if you haven't seen it already.
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Looks like my kind of movie.
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Yes, there Is evidence that a planet in our solar system was destroyed. An asteroid that slammed into the Sudan desert on Oct. 7, 2008, shot out lots of little space rocks holding a precious secret: diamonds that likely formed billions of years ago inside the embryo of a now-decimated planet.
That lost planet was the size of Mercury or perhaps Mars, researchers now say.

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Sounds interesting but I have like 30 shows I have to watch or complete before lol
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Personal views on NASA aside, it may be a good movie if you're into emotionally gripping somewhat sci-fi tales.

To me, it seems over the top sadness and even over the top bullshit from the politicians and media, all of it seems too exaggerated but to each their own.