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The Space Review: An Exploration Shakeup

As the nation prepares for the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, including a light show at the National Mall, NASA has been in trouble returning to the moon. (Source: NASM) by Jeff Foust Monday, July 15, 2019 This is a week in which NASA is focusing on its past should, not on their future, until the present intervened. This is …

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The Lion King Review | 411MANIA

Director: Jon Favreau Written by: Jeff Nathanson Runtime: 118 minutes MPAA rating: PG for sequences of violence and danger, and some thematic elements Donald Glover – Simba Chiwetel Ejiofor – Scar James Earl Jones – Mufasa Beyonce Knowles-Carter – Nala [19659AlfreWoodard – Sarabi John Oliver – Zazu Seth Rogen – Pumbaa Billy Eichner – Timon John Kani – Rafiki [19659009FlorenceKasumba …

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WWE Extreme Rules Results and Review

Extreme Rules is the last major station for WWE ahead of the annual August showcase SummerSlam. The show comes from Philadelphia, the birthplace of ECW, and Extreme Rules channeled at least a small portion of that energy into a variety of match types that bring weapons into play. While Raw and SmackDown have been a bit inconsistent lately Over the …

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2019 WWE Extreme Rules Results: Live Updates, Review, Ratings, Games, Maps, Start Time, Highlights

After a weekend full of professional wrestling action, WWE intends to prove on Sunday evening that it's still at the top of the mountain in terms of sports entertainment, with the live pay-per-view from Extreme Rules in Philadelphia. After a few last-minute additions, all of the company's major squad championships will suddenly be on the field during a bloated 12-match …

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House hands over $ 733 billion defense bill to review Trump's wartime powers

Mr. Trump vetoed the law in April calling for the War Powers Act to end US military support for the campaign. Another amendment, also passed on Thursday, would prevent the Trump administration from claiming emergency authority for the transfer of ammunition to the kingdom. Progressives, who initially asked if they would support the defensive law, were encouraged by these provisions, …

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THE FAREWELL Review: A Last High on Chivalry

Especially if you were born and raised in the US, there is a fascinating moral dilemma in the heart of Lulu Wang's The Farewel l which will receive energetic, very emotional and probably unresolved training: Should you tell a loved one that she is dying? The immediate answer seems to be "natural", but Wang's film, which is set in mainland …

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Boosted Rev Review: It makes scooters less silly

Here at WIRED we are extremely scooter friendly. In fact, we are every electric vehicle that takes cars off the road and reduces CO2 emissions and traffic. But as much as I personally love e-bikes, eskateboards, and other e-whatevers, I never wanted a scooter. In my beautiful city of Portland, Oregon, the land of cycling, the only people I see …

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The Art of Self-Defense Review

It is clear from the beginning that the art of self-defense does not seek to bring the real world into focus as we see it. Screenwriter and director Riley Stearns channels similar films in his second feature film, such as Yorgos Lanthimos (The Favorite) and Charlie Kaufman (Synecdoche, New York), but he does tell a story that one would find …

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