As they were floating in the air in their space suits they noticed something on one of the buildings on the planet was missing so both boys went looking for it. It looked like a house was being built in space so there had to be people here somewhere. As Chase and Matt continued to investigate people in space suits showed up.
Happy Mommy Find: DIY Baby WipesSince the birth our my daughter we have probably went through 5000 plus wipes. The price adds up after a while, and as they grow, it seems like you need more wipes, so the price stacks up even faster. Finally, I got creative, did a little research on the internet, and came up with a cheaper alternative to store bought baby wipes.
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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileLet’s take a step back from the often too serious business of the film awards season, shall we? A lovely little piece of viral video distraction blending a multitude of precisely chosen movie clips with a fabulously retro Lionel Richie tune crossed our desks and we just had to share it with you. Supercut!Kudos go out to the talented and undoubtedly patient video editor Matthijs Vlot (aka ant1mat3rie), who draws on cinematic references ranging from Elvis to Avatar, Alfred Hitchcock to Paul Verhoeven, The Matrix to Toy Story 3.FILM REVIEW: Titanic 3D minute by minuteJames Cameron’s Titanic was always a marathon at three hours and counting. As it returns in 3D, Eli Glasner examines the experience minute by minute and discovers Cline Dion’s ubiquitous soundtrack, and James Cameron’s risible dialogue, have not improved with age.
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