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  1. I'm guessing that would be the PART unit, PART meaning Paranormal Advanced Response Team. But I could be wrong about that.
  2. Sorry not to have kept up with Star Wars Month--I've been having some computer problems lately. But here is the 2004 documentary Star Wars: Empire Of Dreams which tells the story of the making of the first three movies. Hopefully this will explain what I mean when I say George Lucas changed everything. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bFIG1wh0zU
  3. That's what I figured--but doggone it, she shoulda been there.
  4. A few nitpicky things I wanted to mention-- *I was disappointed by the absence of Jaimie Alexander as Lady Sif. She was just as much a gorgeous badass as any of the other MCU female characters, and just as deserving of a place in that "A-Force" scene with all the women together. *Thanos should have had a more dramatic ending than to stand around dumbfounded while his army disintegrated around him. Something like, "This--This Cannot Be! I Am Inevitable! I Am Invincible! I. . .I. . AAAIIIIEEEEEEEEEEE!" Or alternately--"NOOOOOOOOOOOO!" *There needed to be this bit of dialogue between the elder Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson-- STEVE: "There's a promise I want you to make before I pass this on--the same promise I made when I became Captain America." SAM: "Sure--what is it?" STEVE: "That you remain who you are--not a perfect soldier, but a good man." SAM: "I can make that promise--and I'll keep it." STEVE: "I know." (smiles) Anyway--brilliant movie. I didn't want it to end. Hope the next phase of movies lives up to the standard set by Avengers: Endgame.
  5. In the continuing celebration of Star Wars Month I ask that you all join me in wishing George Lucas a Happy 75th Birthday. May there be plenty of cake and good times, and may there be many more to come. Take care, Mr. Lucas--and Thank You Always. George Lucas At Biography
  6. You're not the only one who saw it when it first aired. I remember that incident, and I thought he actually had legitimate grounds for a challenge.
  7. I remember reading an article about the movie, in which Conrad was quoted as saying, "I just want everyone to know that I, Robert Conrad, did all my own stunts." And Will Smith hears about this, and says, "Dang! Now I gotta do all my own stunts!" I had a good laugh over that one. Once again, ego and testosterone triumph over self-preservation and common sense.
  8. You could call them the Lion Corps, the idea being that like the British Lion, they are rising up to defend the nation. That's all I got for now. I may be back later. Hope that helps.
  9. In the continuing celebration of Star Wars Month, I offer this Ultimate Medley of some of the finest music ever written for the screen. Thank You Always, Mr. Lucas. Thank You Always, Mr. Williams.
  10. How's this for a sport of the future?
  11. This Movie Will Give You More!* *Assuming it's ever finished. . .
  12. And with you also. California Gets It
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