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It is almost as if some meaningless intruder from another fifth dimension entered stage right and shadowed your role for a reason of which you had no concept, and took the goods you earned for all of your pain.


By Julie D. Griffin

One day you feel planted on good soil you work for no charge, and the next day the ungrateful benefactor blasts you out of your home space and off of your assigned mission. It is almost as if some meaningless intruder from another fifth dimension entered stage right and shadowed your role for a reason of which you had no concept, and took the goods you earned for all of your pain and care taking while they sat on asses fat and rode them through some charming green village while you slowly died inside. In short, you are lost in space without a reason for the punishment while others stroll as cock-backed demons whose bodies swing side-to-side a sliding across your past home floor. Homeless. A high speed bullet and bloodshot eyes do not deter Sandra Bullock from playing a high-tech astronaut, and with finest her ever acting quality description, like Demi Moore the woman puts off the scent of glorious every time she breathes the acting perfume on the dressing room desk. Although her character fails to return to the spacecraft Explorer engineered by Huddle on time, as she demands to insist to tweak a few more fine points during shuttle hover time, the actress born to manage wild puts a discipline of pedal to the metal and just flat pulls off the gig here. The film of the same name, Gravity whose conscienable star, Sandra Bullock demonstrated a daring motif, since her loss of a loved one combined with the pre-formulated equation for a more linear gravity, identified a spacial concept of Physics. Newton whose original scientific awareness a happenstance, understood that an addiction to distance, and that the separated of two solar life forms, such per se several few or more planets work as a way of acceleration of the attraction of same, mass notwithstanding the weight of gravity to bless and not curse, and to heal and make strong. Simply due to the Cavendish value of g, several scientific equations prove the hypothesis of Newton, in addition to show that earth is round, both of which deliver the exact same result. Fgrav = m•g = (70 kg)•(9.8 m/s2) = 686 N. And although the formula elemental enough, and even with earth just a shout away, still others continue to live warm on the floors of home while the main character of the film, the female astronaut cried out on her radio for other places of help. The ice man, who actually a descendant of most Indian like tribes answers her, and although the language a seeming vast response, he cares for her with his spirit. The sun goes up and the sun goes down as you build up kharma for them. A space toy, a partial drifter from another station, the mellow and the pallid dead woman. A shell, who only the lord of the soul may reward that spirit. It is not exactly one of those films that makes you wonder if you are a big star, should you like to make the film ~ After all the kinds of hours and technology of preparation that goes along with a film about going out to space like this, no simple Coast To Coast program just solved of a thirty minute memory base.


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