10 Best Shooting Stars Questions

Updated on: October 2022

Best Shooting Stars Questions in 2022


Shooting at the Stars

Shooting at the Stars
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

Lone Star Precision Revoluntionary Scope Level Indicator (Anti-Cant) for Precision Shooting, Competition and Hunting Fits 30mm

Lone Star Precision Revoluntionary Scope Level Indicator (Anti-Cant) for Precision Shooting, Competition and Hunting Fits 30mm
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Scope Bubble Level Indicator for 1inch 30mm or 34 mm
  • Fully CNC machined scope level using Aircraft grade 6061-T Aluminum to achieve highest level of precision with a tolerance of less than 0.0005 inch!
  • Newly Designed bubble level indicator with 3 Inch bubble making it much more visible.
  • Guaranteed to fit all modular rail systems due to its unique design.
  • 100% satisfaction- life time warranty offered by a proud Texas company!

Lady You Shot Me: The Life and Death of Sam Cooke

Lady You Shot Me: The Life and Death of Sam Cooke
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022

45 Questions

45 Questions
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022

Young, Small or Short/Free!

Young, Small or Short/Free!
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022

Stars

Stars
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022

A Brief History of Seven Killings: A Novel

A Brief History of Seven Killings: A Novel
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022

CMP Texas Star Target

CMP Texas Star Target
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • The Texas Star target features five 8" diameter, 3/8" thick AR500 steel targets mounted on the rotating arms of the wheel
  • Shoot one of the targets off the arm and the wheel starts rotating;  Try to keep up with the moving targets
  • As you hit each one the wheel may speed up, slow down or even reverse direction
  • Every shot is a new challenge

Sinners and Saints (2010)

Sinners and Saints (2010)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022

Questions

Questions
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022

Movie Review: Gnomeo and Juliet (2020)

Movie Review: Gnomeo and Juliet (2020) starring James McAvoy, Emily Blunt, Maggie Smith, Ashley Jensen, Michael Caine, Jason Statham, Ozzy Osbourne, Matt Lucas

It's love at first sight when blue garden decoration Gnomeo (James McAvoy) meets red lawn ornament Juliet (Emily Blunt). There's only one problem - they belong to opposing factions of a ceaseless feud between backyards. As the pranks and paybacks continue to escalate amongst the warring forces, Gnomeo and Juliet realize they must bring the conflict to an end if they wish to find true happiness and alter the tragic fate befallen their namesakes.

Gnomeo and Juliet started with an amusing pun for a title and just went for it - a feature-length animated movie with nothing more than a one-dimensional riff on a universally renowned play. Without interesting characters, situations or even creative jokes on Shakespeare, and armed with the remnants of a hobbled-together, terribly generic rip of the most basic love story, this half-hearted attempt at family entertainment is void of any screen magic. None of the pieces combine to make even the faintest form of fun; tragedy is included for the sake of staying reminiscent to the source material (and then promptly withdrawn), the romance is childish and the humor is hopelessly infantile.

There is no shortage of gnome jokes or goofy nods to Shakespeare, although only one rib is successful (and it's not the parody of American Beauty). Many of the physical gags are repetitive, pie-in-the-face monkeyshines and other stale attempts at obnoxious buffoonery, often accompanied by complex setups for completely unrelated material. Every supporting character struggles aimlessly at adding comic relief, most of which is tired and humorless, making the reach for laughs just that much more painful. If the lack of hilarity isn't enough to remind us of other utter failures in animation (such as Planet 51 and Battle for Terra), Elton John, who also executive produces, has stuffed the production with ill-timed, out-of-place songs that suck the life from every scene of whimsy and each already humdrum montage.

- The Massie Twins