For a young actor in the early ’80s there was plenty of roles, but mostly in the tits and zits teenpix that emulated Porky’s. Cruise did time in a dim comedy, Losin’ It (1982), about some lads who visit Tijuana to mislay their virginity; he played the sensitive one. From its plot synopsis, Risky Business (1983) promised more of the lame same.

Most snowmobile riders who head out onto the land in the remote far north have some knowledge of how to deal with engine problems or anything associated with mechanical operation. The same goes for those who travel on the rivers and the great James Bay by boat. First Nation hunters and gatherers who head out on the land can fix just about any mechanical problem when an emergency arises..

“I haven’t thrown a rock for a year, and I’m scared of my balance. True enough, I did fall before tonight and I broke my collarbone, that meant I couldn’t have possibly thrown the rock. But they still wanted me anyway. Already has the build of a point guard at 6’5, 190, he’s also armed with an above average athleticism that routinely makes him a scoring threat. Can sling the ball hard. Definitely favors his right when shooting the ball, but doesn’t necessarily shy away from using his left, which also looks to be decently developed..

Narrated by the film director, Jason Russell, the film talks about the power of social media, and how it could change the world. It presents us with a story from an escaped victim who has a brother who was killed by Joseph Kony army. It appeals to our soft side by using Russell son to show us how even an innocent child knows right from wrong.

OK, Sam Jackson was wasted in this movie. Actually, pretty much all of the otherwise talented actors who appeared in the prequel trilogy were dragged down by Lucas absolutely wooden script. But simply seeing Sam the Man as Jedi master Mace Windu, wielding a purple lightsaber (his personal choice, allegedly so he stand out in battle among the usual red, blue and green lightsabers), was something undeniably cool.

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