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sassie Jan 30, 2018
It's a drama. It's a comedy. It's sci-fi with a monster. It's a psychological thriller. You wouldn't think the mash-up would work, but it does. There are holes in the plot, there are deeper issues that could have been explored, but as is, it will keep you guessing and is just so quirky!
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ayieshadelrosario thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 10
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Early scene - excuses:
I got into the car at 2. But then, I was going here. Well, I thought I was coming here. But then Georgia, wanted to go to the loft. You know I want to head home, so then I had to go to the loft. And when we got there, he was like... Well, now I want to take a nap. Then I'm waiting for her, until she wake up and then... I fell asleep. I have been asleep all day.
Listen...Georgia wanted to go, I didn't even want to go.
-Who the fxck is Georgia?
Well, you know like... if the monster only attacking Seoul... then all the rest of the world would stop caring, you know like... all the cease fire that happened.
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