The Bronze (2016)



In 2004, Hope Ann Greggory became an American hero after winning the bronze medal for the women’s gymnastics team. Today, she’s still living in her small hometown, washed-up and embittered. Stuck in the past, Hope must reassess her life when a promising young gymnast threatens her local celebrity status.

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  • I have to do a pole on people's favorite movie and their age so if you wouldn't mind comment which one of these movies is your favorite and if you're over or under 18.
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  • ~The Hangover
  • ~Division 3 Football
  • ~The Revenant
  • ~Alien
  • ~Star Wars
  • ~The Good Dinosaur
  • ~Big Hero 6
  • ~American Sniper
  • ~Nightmare Before Christmas
  • ~Olympus/ London Has Fallen
  • ~The Lion King
  • ~Guardians of the Galaxy
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#BlackHistoryMonth #tbt: Being the first African American woman to travel to space is one of Mae Jemison’s many accomplishments. A dancer, Peace Corps doctor, public speaker and astronaut, Mae went to college at age 16, holds 9 honorary doctorates and has founded many STEM-related programs for students. 

Edward, the name of the man who’s picture (where he is in an American Flag shirt throwing a tear gas canister away from children) has been see an across social media and news websites is asking people to stay true to this real meaning of what is going on. Yes, the picture captured is an outstanding one and will probably go down in history books, but please remind yourself that his image is not some kind of fashion trend. It is not something cool to wear. This picture captures so much more than that. It captures the start of something huge.