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: They were very good friends, and Dustpelt definitely thought they might be headed for something more but Sandstorm didn't feel the same way. I guess she loves him for who he is, and respects his lack of faith as much as he respects the fact that she *does* believe.
That's one reason why Dustpelt didn't get on with Firestar back then! And I guess it won't hurt to tell you that he plays quite a significant role in Power of Three, Book One. In case you haven't noticed, I'm fascinated by different faiths - and people who don't have any faith at all.
If you’ve seen my review, you already know that I loved this movie so much. It had beautiful visuals and a great little cast (Chris Pratt, Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Sheen, and Laurence Fishburne), and it was a really good concept.
It’s definitely one of the best movies of the year. I never really got into the original movies, but I really wanted to see Ocean’s 8 because of the epic all-female cast! There were no surprises or twists and I got exactly what I was expecting, which makes it technically good but nothing extraordinary. But the movie just felt so pointless — like it couldn’t decide if it wanted to be more of a thought-provoking sci-fi flick or a tear-jerking romance, so in the end it was neither.
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If you haven’t heard of it, Adrift is the story of a couple adrift at sea for several days.It’s about what happens after a girl kisses her crush, who also happens to be her best friend’s rival brother, at a kissing booth. It was poorly written, poorly acted, weird and problematic at times, and just…bad.I can sometimes appreciate a bad romantic comedy or teen movie for what it is — what some people would call a guilty pleasure (not me btw, because I don’t feel guilty about the things I like). I did love the stars though, and Joey King in particular is so adorable.I really like Shailene Woodley and I love thriller movies like this.The great thing about this movie is it’s actually based on a true story, which we really need more of. It’s about a group of friends who’ve been playing the same game of tag for 30 years — and it’s based on a true story! But although it has an all star cast of funny and awesome people (Jeremy Renner, Ed Helms, Jon Hamm, Rashida Jones, Hannibal Buress, etc.) it just didn’t land for me. Everyone’s being so hard on this movie and I don’t get why.