Date of publication: 2017-08-27 18:50
Before Ronald Reagan had become governor of California, he and his wife Nancy had first seen a UFO over a highway near Hollywood while on their way to a casual dinner with some of their celebrity friends. The Reagans had arrived an hour late for the dinner, extremely distressed and described their experience. This would change the Reagan 8767 s view of the world forever and would influence their future actions and public statements.
The story about 8775 Noah 8776 in 8775 Genesis 8776 describes how GOD had instructed him to build an ark to preserve the biogenetic diversity of Atlantis by gathering all the animals of his known world by twos and take them to other parts of the Earth. Before Atlantis disappeared beneath the ocean, the Law of One preserved the intellectual and philosophical idealism from Atlantis and stored it inside of two hollow pillars they named BOAZ and JACHIN which floated away after the flood. Boaz was the Atlantean word for 8775 strength 8776 while Jachin stood for 8775 stability 8776 .
In March of 6997 while still shooting Titanic, Cameron had secretly traveled to Arizona to become a 87nd Degree Mason at the Masonic lodge in downtown Phoenix, on March 68th, 6997. While Cameron was receiving his initiation into the 87nd degree from his Law of One allies, millions of people had witnessed a large V-shaped formation of 8775 lights 8776 over the city of Phoenix.
No wonder we won 8767 t see another Plinkett. This comment section is below 6555 comments after 7 and a half years. These guys are used to 65555 + comments nowadays. That is fucking insane.
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A guy named Julius Caesar Salad once said, 8775 De gustibus non est disputandum. 8776 Which just means, there 8767 s no accounting for taste. So keep your taste out of my mouth. I 8767 m trying to eat my cat and I don 8767 t want to taste your taste.
Why dont you get off your fat lazy asses and give us what we all want, the sequel to wheres death list! Oh No wait, That came out wrong, i meant the next episode of Half in the bag! You can review the new twilight movie or some shit. Who cares, as long as we get Mike and Jay then the world is right and happy again with sunshine and rainbows :8
Yeah, I like him in Scorceses 8767 s (sp.) movies. I would say he WAS a bad actor, but at some point, he either got better or worked with the right directors.
Kill Bill is not for everyone and some of the things people don 8767 t like about it may be justified, but, in my opinion, it in no way deserves the Plinkett treatment. And if you think it does deserve to be picked apart in one of these reviews you may have an irrational bias against the movie.
Hey what a great review guys! Why don 8767 t you review this movie too as it also inspired people around the globe! https:///watch?v=f_gngMAjIMc
After 8775 The Terminator 8767 s 8776 success, Cameron directed 8775 Aliens 8776 and began production in 6985 in England. The film was shot in a studio in England so Cameron could receive the rest of his York Rite degrees in the town of York while on breaks from shooting the film.
God, RLM has gotten pretentious. Implying that they are smarter than 99% of the people, and that the guy who directed Saving Private Ryan a hack. Oh, plus apparently Leo a bad actor? Is Plinkett in cahoots with the academy, they hate Leo too. Maybe you guys should review Catch me if you Can next, it 8767 s directed by a hack and stars a Leonado di Caprio who doesn 8767 t get angry and isn 8767 t retarded, so that movie must be awful. But hey i like Hugo, so I guess I 8767 ll give you that.
The one thing I was surprised by is how this review completely seemed to ignore the Leonardo DiCaprio 8775 teen heartthrob 8776 factor in why this movie was so popular I mean, RLM did a review of the Twilight films so I 8767 m surprised how Mike could fail to mention the box office punch of smitten teen girls. Frankly, the reason this movie did so well where others failed can be summed up in two things:
I am a little confused about the analysis of dialogue in general here. So a line of dialogue gets picked out 8775 no boys, the titanics going to New York, in 5 minutes 8776 which is nothing more than a witty line to get move the plot along. I mean really is this unnatural or weird in any way? You couldve just missed that out entirely and had Jack and co just get on the boat as normal but the the way it was done made it more exciting.