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Will Smith's 10 Best Movies

Will Smith is undeniably a wildly talented actor and musician.  From his days on TV as The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, he was launched into a movie career that skyrocketed so high so quickly, that there was a period of time in the late 1990s that summer didn’t seem complete without a Will Smith blockbuster.  345 more words

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Geostorm and 5 other memorable Disaster Films

Disaster movies are the ultimate “leave your brain at the door” fodder. You don’t need to think, you just need to watch the world implode (or explode). 873 more words

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Independence Day: Resurgence And The Need To Ruin Everything

Independence Day: Resurgence is perhaps the perfect example why Roland Emmerich should be left in the 90s where he belongs. Where the first film was a pioneer of the big budget “watch shit blow up” genre that’s best modern day example would somehow be the watchable-but-bland San Andreas, almost everything Emmerich has put out since then has been vastly inferior to the project that helped define his career. 1,623 more words

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Happy birthday Uganda

Uganda picked up her autonomy on the 9th of October 1962. Since 1894 she was a British protectorate that was assembled from some extremely composed kingdoms and chieftainships that occupied the lake locales of focal Africa. 141 more words

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With Love & Gratitude, Happy Fiji Day!

Sunday evening and there’s three men hanging off a cherry-picker truck ahead. Unable to just mind our own businesses and keep driving on, in usual Fiji-style, the traffic slows as people wind down their windows and peek out to investigate what exactly they are doing (as if we’re all personally their immediate supervisors 974 more words

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Patriotism in October

I did a makeup look back in July for Independence day. I was obsessed with red white and blue looks as it is festive. I created red, white and blue glitter liner with a natural eye look paired with a natural lip. 141 more words

CELEBRATE PERSONAL INDEPENDENCE EVERYDAY - TUSNUG

By Jonathan Benaiah (The Ugandan Tourist)

On 1 March 1961 the first elections were held with Benedicto Kiwanuka of the Democratic Party becoming the first chief minister. 1,271 more words

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