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 see a lot of people hating on Keven Costner. One of my favorite movies has him in it "The Upside of Anger". I can rewind and watch him reading one line over and over...
(I am so sick of being your b**ch. I put up with your sh*t because I know how much pain you're in! But it's ENOUGH! It's a tall order for a patient motherf***er, and I am the furthest thing from that that you're ever going to lay eyes on.)
He plays the part perfect.
its always surprising when movies that obviously spent a metric fk ton of money on the production but seem like they had a 17 year intern write the script. the battle scenes were good, especially the choreography in the cavern fight scene, the armor, helmets, and weapons were all aesthetically pleasing, looked metallic, and seemed to have the adequate weight you would expect from a high budget prop department. even the story i thought was good, though they took a ton of artistic license with the original greek myths.
my real issue with this movie was how poorly written the dialogue was, the films pacing, and the acting of some of the main characters. all seemed very phoned in. it's almost as if they spent their entire budget on their production value and then just bought the first script that came across their desk, hired the cheapest actors, and then made a movie.
6/10. could have actually been extremely good. so much missed potential here...
YEAH! How's the lists coming? Everyone go ahead and keep making the shortlists. Once I re-up my data plan, I (or Meeks- she's been awesome!) will gather them all up in one post, then we will re-do the sub-lists, all at once. I'm thinking of bringing on three more volunteers for the sublists. The outstanding 3 on each of the sub-lists will be the nominees for that respective category.
No big rush guys, as long as we can get TV knocked out before the end of the movie season (Xmas)
@meeksbam You can see that lol Crap, that means you can see I troll and up vote them in most cases. I don't like it when I see like 10 comments on a movie where they just gave there opinion and every one of them have a negative 1...I go through and up vote them all lol.
I am guilty of a few down votes though :/
omg * their!!! opinion, I detest the English language.
@dopilus He's also able to go so fast that, to the rest of the world (rest of us) time has nearly stopped. Like in the scene when he's confessing his new abilities and how he feels to Iris. He just bobs around the room talking all while she's emptying a packet of sugar.
Or when he gets to the body of the judge and everybody is frozen around him and he sees The Mist leaving through a side door. I get what you're saying, though. If anything, the effects on the human body of simply moving that fast (even strapped down and done 'safely') would be crazy.