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Gimmi
9/13/14
3:24 PM
18

Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed GotG a lot, too, but Edge of Tomorrow (Live.Die.Repeat now?) seemed a lot more taut, complex, and, actually to my taste, funnier. But I haven't been the biggest fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies in general, so it could really just be a matter of personal taste.

9/13/14
3:04 PM
98

I finally saw this just yesterday; it's been a long time since I've found Tom Cruise's acting to be credible, but he was actually quite good in it. The whole thing was one of the most enjoyable science fiction action movies I've seen in a long time—I actually think it's better than Guardians of the Galaxy.

9/13/14
1:29 AM
1

I don't know much about this engine, but I am guessing it is a diesel and there appears to be twin turbos. That would be glorious!

9/7/14
4:27 PM
25

Bah! The soft crafts materials of the Federation. Klingons model their ships of the bone, leather, and pigment-infused tears of their enemies!

9/5/14
9:40 AM
35

So what I'm getting from this article is that giant sloths went extinct by being delicious.

9/2/14
5:31 PM
53

Gotta give them a pass on that one. Anakin was building a kit droid. Completely common, not unique in any way. Other 3P0 units were seen in the OT and even the opening of Episode 1 featured one. Read more

9/2/14
10:55 AM
1

I would have to choose between going back to when I was young and capitalizing on my knowledge and perhaps prehistoric times. I would love to explore without many people around. It would be dangerous but I could make a boat and more modern weapons If I built a shop etc.

9/2/14
10:41 AM
2

Ya, you could go back like 10-25 years though and I'm pretty sure you'd know what to invest in.

8/29/14
11:25 PM
2

old Subaru radios have a lead in for the cassette option.. make an adapter and you can run any modern player you want elsewhere in the cabin.

8/21/14
11:03 AM
120

maybe our ocean organisms are actually space organisms that rain down on the ocean, rather than ocean organisms that are blown out to space.