Rogue One Trailer: Is it December Yet?

by admin on April 7, 2016

Oh man. We are in a Star Wars Golden Age right now.

I loved Star Wars The Force Awakens and Rogue One looks pretty fantastic.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story covers the story of the Rebels assigned with the mission to steal the Death Star plans which are then used to blow up the Death Star in the original Star Wars (Episode IV) movie.

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Crazy news this morning. Back To The Future is now free for Amazon Prime members.

Hat tip to the Geek Dads twitter feed for this info.

I own the Back To The Future trilogy on Blu-ray, but this is still awesome news to share for those who don’t. What a great tactic by Amazon to get more people signed up for Amazon Prime. It’s my humble opinion that this will do more to increase their number of Prime members than the flea market failure known as Prime Day.

So, if you are not yet an Amazon Prime member, this might just be your density (BTTF joke there, not a mistake) to join up.

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