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.
Just fyi, a constantly moving camera is present in every film or tv show as this is part of of what makes a "movie" move: close up, mid shots, long shots, different angles, tracking -- cameras move and editors cut, and a product is born. I found this pilot clever, ironic, tense, and not in the least cuddly. But I like social commentary in my art. It is the heart of art to comment on society, reality, et al. Will watch next episode to see what evolves, if in fact epidemic media abuse is the thread that holds it all together... ;))
we have a review as a special type of a comment in plans. but it does not change what comment section is for. for comments. you may say whatever you want as long as it is related to a movie, has a bit of sense and does not look like a brawl or a multipage dialogue with someone else.
4/5 Interesting and surprisingly deep. This isn't a re-vamped version of Hung, it's got its own slant on the family man/gigolo character. The lead's wife needs to eat, though, so it's another one of those shows in which the image of female beauty is akin to starved to death.
@musician4ever what i meant was that basically there was a big storm and that the were some differences between them, such as the size of the storm, the way the storm was predicted but it had a fair few similarities to the day after tomorrow.
A witty British comedy.... this show includes an American actor (Andy Samberg season 1 and Taylor Lautner season 2).... All characters are very funny including Lautner.... an LOL episode.... Like this show... A must see...
2/5 There are bugs on windshields! Cameron Diaz did for convertibles what jaws did for sharks. The film is verbose, dis-jointed and odd. I prefer odd, but this time, there wasn't enough heart in it. It's a cerebral film. Two points for some of the acting - like Javier.