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That is an awesome collection
I was pretty excited to see this. I am a huge fan of The Fifth Element.
The opening scene was tremendous. The first several minutes of the movie are a beautiful montage set to David Bowie's "Space Oddity" and it tells a story of an optimistic, hopeful, peaceful future where all human races come together to further science, exploration, and the race for the stars. Hundreds of years pass in seconds, and we see the first contact with aliens, the growth of a new galactic civilization, and a unified, peaceful government coalition of hundreds of worlds.
The movie starts, the lead actors come on, and it all goes to shit.
The acting is awful, the characters are miserable, the performances are phoned in, and there is ZERO chemistry between the two leads; since so much of the convoluted mess of a story revolves around their love, this is important.
What a mess.
Congrats! That is super cool and I promise you I will use this next time I play putt-putt
Nicole, aka @PinkInDetroit has been furiously drawing her little fingers off recently and it's because she's been deep in the throes of giving birth to an awesome children's book called Rosie: A Detroit Herstory.
Rosie tells the tale of Detroit's "Rosie the Riveters", the women who helped fuel the war machine that ultimately secured an Allied victory against the Nazi empire.
The book is nearly complete, and is written simply enough to be considered a "children's book" but they're pretty sure adults are going to love it too. Bailey, the author, is also the purveyor of Detroit History Tours, and she doesn't mess around when it comes to historical research.
The project was fully funded on Kickstarter after only a day and a half. If you would like to get a copy, you can find out more about the book and order your copy on Kickstarter.
I said, "I have one thing to say to you"
"Cloverfield is Half-Life"
I wanted to see the look on his face.
He paused, looked down for a minute as if to calculate his next words.
"That's an interesting theory. I like it"
Then he told me that there was a new Cloverfield movie coming out in October and that I would love it and it's "going to be nuts"
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