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June 22

What was advertised in a colonial American newspaper 250 years ago today?

“She undertakes to make and mend Men’s Leather Shoes.”

Elizabeth Shaw, “Shoe-Maker, from Europe,” was not the only woman who placed a newspaper advertisement for consumer goods and services in a colonial newspaper 250 years ago today. 332 more words

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Alien Covenant: Spoilery Review

Directed by: Ridley Scott

Starring: Michael Fassbender, Katharine Waterston, Billy Crudup

Grade: B-

Okay, first thing I have to get off my chest. I liked Prometheus. 616 more words

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ALIEN CONVENANT SURE WON'T BE MISTAKEN FOR ALIEN: COVETED

Alien: Convenant has opened to mixed reviews and solid if not exciting box office. Such a reaction may spell the end of Ridley Scott’s plan to close out a new trilogy of… 1,062 more words

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Alien: Covenant (Review)

I saw this movie and I found it relatively underwhelming and I also found myself cheering mostly for the aliens. It wasn’t a bad movie, I’ve seen far worse, but this one was confusing with too many characters and 99% of them were not even memorable (or likable). 1,729 more words

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Alien: Covenant (2017)

Oh greetings tiny space friends, what’s crackin’?

Since topical always seems to be good, I figured it would be a good time for little old Robin to pop on in with my thoughts about Alien: Covenant. 2,959 more words

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'ALIEN: COVENANT' (2017) SPOILERS REVIEW - The Genius Plot Lying Within.

Alien: Covenant has finally arrived in Australian cinemas to mostly positive reviews with the film’s performances, Ridley Scott‘s visuals, and his return to gruesome horror amongst its most praised qualities. 1,828 more words

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Prometheus review : Great Buildup Fell Into A Plunge

The beginning of the end.

Prometheus is the prequel to the alien franchise, directed by the one who launched the original Alien (1979). Prometheus is the perfect example of a film that was a big letdown after a massive setting and buildup. 655 more words

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