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A great little stop action Lego Star Wars Movie. It is filled with pew-pew awesomeness. A great reminder of being a kid.
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Numerically speaking it comes out to a chance of 1 in 3,200 that one person anywhere in the world might be struck by a piece of debris. "So those are actually, obviously, very, very low odds that anything — anybody is going to be impacted by this debris," Johnson added.Pretty small odds indeed... unless you are the person that gets hit... actually, I think that seems like very large odds. Given that 2/3 of the planet is covered by water, that number seems ridiculously high... anyone else have any thoughts about it?
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