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If you're looking for "I Spys," dating or LTRs, this is your scene.
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Sorry, but I couldn't disagree more. This movie was not smart at all. The characters displayed ignorance and stupidity throughout and never made one good decision. It made astronauts appear to be dolts. The "kill" scenes were reruns of old movies and even the monster was just a slightly modified CGI version of the original Alien. Despite the terrible script and premise, the actors did put in decent performances.
Big thumbs down for this mess.
Personally, I knock over these types artworks whenever and wherever I have a chance. I do view these artworks as an eyesore, but more importantly as interactive art and I am a deconstruction artist. By destroying these piles I am interacting with them in my own artistic way. Sometimes I dance up to a sculpture and make flowing movements as I knock it over. Other times I throw rocks at them as target practice with friends. And other times as I run by them I just push them over. There is no limit to the fun you can have and art you can create as you topple a pile of rocks and sticks! Yes, I have knocked over some of these "sculptures" on the waterfront and see nothing wrong with it.
The artist seems to have a light and cheerful attitude toward deconstruction artists like myself. There is no ill will or malice on my end, his art spurs my art. The other commenter mentioned Andrew Goldsworthy...one of his main intentions was to highlight the impermanence of his pieces. My art proves Goldsworthy's point.