Just saw Fahrenheit 11/9. While it's not quite as cohesive as some of Moore's past movies, it definitely made me question everything. It's an idol crusher.
N 1 on my birth date was "Spring break". ..."With spring break over and the hotel saved, everyone says good-bye and takes a group photo to remember their adventures".Wanted to put this here, just for a bit of fun....
Forget astrology. The tagline of the #1 movie at the box office the day you were born... that determines your fate from now on.
I misunderstood initially, & went with release dates closest to my birthday... it's whatever was #1 WHEN you where born.
#1 Movie On Your Birthday | Playback.fm
And... well... here's mine....
"Something beyond comprehension is happening to a girl on this street, in this house . . . a man has been sent for as a last resort.
That man is The Exorcist."
So the taglines are:Imitation of Life here.
This is disappointing about Aquaman. I had high hopes for that film. My nephew endorsed Venom as well. Must see that one. I will wait until $5 movie night at my local cinema to catch Aquaman.Just watched Aquaman.
Ouch. None of the fun Marvel manage to insert into their superhero movies there, and the rest was not very appealing either, unless you are a fan of overboarding CGI.
Venom, on the other hand, now that was fun!