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 Posted: 2016-12-22 03:16 pm
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Shale Stone



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A MOVIE-LOVING FRIEND REPLIES (STILL SPOILERS)

From: Publix Girl
To: Shale@
Date: December 22, 2016 at 8:46 AM
RE: Passengers - Movie Blurb

You have that tatoo, cool

It was Excellent. Sexy, the love seemed real as did Lawrence's anger. Fisburn was a bit boring. The captain was Andy Garcia, small nothingvrole. He built her that beautiful house/ life. Can't believe those Rotten Tomatoes. Only thing I wondered was what would Neil DeGrasse Tyson say about his spacecsuit and that extreme fire? I thought he'd b toast. Her saving him was Academy Award. Excellent ending.

From: Shale@
To: Publix Girl
Date: December 22, 2016 at 10:59 AM
RE: Passengers - Movie Blurb

You, me and that one movie critic seem to understand why this was an exceptional movie. Still waiting for someone to challenge my statement about this being the best sci-fi space movie of 2016, which includes a Star Trek and Star Wars movie. But, those are generic now with familiar characters doing what you expect of them or familiar settings and conflicts.

It was the insertion of the dramatic, real-life conflict into a sci-fi fantasy, otherworldly movie that grounded this one. Plus the characters Aurora and Jim were a really cute couple.

So, what did you think of that scene with Chris Pratt's butt? Just waiting for it to show up on the Web so I can add it to my collection. (Old man Bruce Willis has a fine bubble butt - which he has shown in a couple of movies)

Last edited on 2016-12-22 03:16 pm by Shale Stone



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