It is not a joke. We once again have new domain. Solarmovie.is it is this time.
Were we "hacked"? No. Why then you may ask? Lets just say we have our reasons.
And don't worry. Solarmovie.so is still our domain. But Solarmovie.is is better and you should go there (here? :) if you don't get automatically redirected.
Sorry for inconvenience.
Ok, as we all know Solarmovie is now officially blocked in the UK, By ISP's BT, EE, O2, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media so to combat this you will now have to use a proxy or a VPN to access the site, the best solution will be a VPN as it will still let you login to your account, for anyone that is confused about VPN's and how to set them up, I have made a quick video on how to do this, it's only a couple of minutes short and should be of help to everyone looking to get around the blocks and be able still view your favorite sites.
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Hello fellow Solarians,
Few weeks ago we warned our users about a mandatory login change and today it happened. All login names were changed and if you are unable to login - you can check your new name [http://www.solarmovie.so/new-n...].
We also got a new feature for you. We added a reply feature, so from now on if you click on reply, the message that you're replying to and the nickname of the recipient will be quoted in your message.
And of course we nailed some nasty bugs.
I use OpenOffice as a free substitute for MS Office.
It has everything MS Office has and more.
Does take a little getting used to.
U familiar with freeware mission?
Stars: Juliette Binoche, Kristen Stewart, Chloë Grace
At the peak of her international career, Maria Enders is asked to perform in a revival of the play that made her famous twenty years ago. But back then she played the role of Sigrid, an alluring young girl who disarms and eventually drives her boss Helena to suicide. Now she is being asked to step into the other role, that of the older Helena. She departs with her assistant to rehearse in Sils Maria; a remote region of the Alps. A young Hollywood starlet with a penchant for scandal is to take on the role of Sigrid, and Maria finds herself on the other side of the mirror, face to face with an ambiguously charming woman who is, in essence, an unsettling reflection of herself. - Written by Cannes Film Festival
if anyone was wondering about the song playing in the nightclub scene it is called Raining Again by Betoko. I know i heard it and wanted it so yeah just in-case anyone wanted to know what tune and who it was by have fun all!! Mantus
Good flick...kinda average for horror genre. 6/10. Carl from the Walking Dead was OK, lost me a couple times.
But the movie kept me engaged to the end.
Had to pay attention to follow...
Recommend check it out.
Pretty interesting film. Not use to this type of movie from Mr. King. However it's nice to see a bit of change instead of the same old predictable thriller movies. I did expect a bit more "Action", but overall it was pretty solid. I'm not completely let down, but I will say I was looking for a bit more than what was given.
Time seemed to slow down for me as I watched this movie. lol..
I agree with mizzleloves...There were a lot of flaws and scenes that just defied logic but this movie certainly has a lot of company in that regard. Even with all its flaws, the movie did have some genuinely intense moments (at least for me). Does that make up for a poorly written script? For me, not really. My favorite scene was the last scene (not because the movie seemed to drag on...lol). I thought it was a pretty good pay-off.
@bettedivas1 I suggest reading the book first. ;)
The movie isn't bad at all, but I am partial to the book. The details and representation of all things involved are much more adequately represented. (The first cancer I had was the same cancer Isaac has in the story--retinoblastoma, cancer of the eye. It is described quite accurately in the book, but ...eh...not so much in the film.)
Still worth seeing, of course. But I cried more and laughed more when I read it, because there are lots of subtleties and nuances that you just sorta miss on the screen.
Beautiful story though. No doubt. <3