I saw it at the Australian premier with the director, the voice of STEM and the villain in attendance (and sitting in the row behind me), which is a first for me, so my opinion is probably bloated, but I'd say it's one of the best films of the year. Anything body horror is a winner for me. Go see it..
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I have two part time jobs. The first, it depends, as I work as a labourer and it depends where the job site is, so usually 15-20 mins. The other I do from home, so about two metres from my bed.
Tis but a wasteland here. There's a few people left about, but it's an increasingly small group of users.
Worst thing is GS did it to themselves. This place has been horribly managed since CBS took over.
This. I have no idea what prompted this decision, but it was a terrible one.
I do remember you from the old days, though.
I don't really listen to podcasts but ever since I've found Writing Excuses (a podcast about writing with Brandon Sanderson, writer of the Mistborn books) I've been hooked. So much good information there.
That's an excellent podcast. I got to meet Brandon and Mary a few months back and thanked them for everything they've done. I wouldn't have gotten a literary agent without them.
I listen to Pseudopod, Tales to Terrify and StarShipSofa, podcasts that play short fiction, and "I Was There Too" which interviews movie/TV extras from memorable cinema scenes. All are great.
I consider Watchman as the best brilliant super heroes movie ever created but my friends say there's nothing special there.
I also like Mad Max Road Fury while most of my friends thought it's dumb and boring movie.
Huh? I don't know a single person who says Fury Road is dumb or boring. Then again, I am Australian, so it's kind of a national pride for us down here...
It would be utterly shit, no-way do I want 7 billion clones.
I'd be truly scared (and bored) if the whole world was like me.