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.
OR, if this method is too complicated, you can download an already pre-configerd VPN. Just check the Links below, which offer a wide range of VPN's to choose from.
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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 [here].
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.
@SEA_monster Thanks for the info. I had no idea that it was from the same director. That sinks it even further in my book. There is original material and this just isn't one of them.
And I will stand by the very clumsily edited time jumps at the start which were just, well, clumsy.
I watched the forst season of this as it was coming on and was actually not all that impressed, I stopped watching it and actually forgot about it until i needed something to watch and OMG am I glad I did!!! This show just gets better and better!! out of all the shows I watch (and I watch a lot lol) this is definitely now my favorite!! Just one twist and turn after the other and so action packed I always feel like I'm holding my breath the whole way through each episode!!
@Flicker2013 Only one more season? As cheezy as the final scenes were, I love this series and most of the leads. Hate to think it's not conitnuing past next season, which is so long away anyway...But really, how many more directions were there to take the story (I can think of a few, though) and the action?
adorable movie made me smile quite a few times. Loved it and enjoyed it so did my daughter she was laughing giggling and having all sorts of fun. I told her to rate this 1 out of ten and she said 20 LOL so 20/10 it is.
Pretty much the last film Hitchcock made in the UK before Selznick (and others) lured him across the pond.
It has all the crazy characters performed by accomplished actors (some known and some unknown) throughout. There is the ever present & immutable crowds that are shocked at various horrible events juxtaposed against the main characters who so blithely describe those same preposterous situations with surprising candor. Directorial genius. Come for the rather mundane (yet deceiving) beginning, stick around for the mysterious "vanishing" and then finish off with the explanation justified with an inevitable twist. It's a fun movie. A bit slow to get started but a great ending.
Real cinematic joy that still holds up 80 years later.
Great lines from the movie……(and these are **not** spoilers)
(Iris feels faint)
Gilbert: Come on, sit down. Take it easy. What's the trouble?
Iris: If you must know, something fell on my head.
Gilbert: When, infancy?
Iris: At the station.
Gilbert: Oh, bad luck. Can I help?
Iris: Oh, only by going away.
Gilbert: Can you describe her?
Iris: it's difficult. She was middle-aged and ordinary.
Gilbert: What was she wearing?
Iris: Tweeds, oatmeal flecked with brown, a three quarter coat with patch pockets, a scarf, felt hat, brown shoes, a tussle shirt, and a small blue handkerchief in her breast pocket. l can't remember anymore.
Gilbert: (incredulously) you could've been paying attention.
And there are so many more lines like this. Freaking classic scripting!
For those who are unfamiliar with the largest drawback to Doctor Who being as old as it is...many episodes, called the Lost or Missing Episodes, were destroyed between 1967 and 1978. Some have been found or reconstucted through animation but many are only available as audio files with scenes that help to follow the story. It is very likely that some of them will never be found but the search is ongoing.