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I feel bad because I haven’t checkedJd Salinger Presents Hollywoo Stars And Celebrities What Do They Know shirt . on Cotton Bureau for a while. I’ve just had a look at a few designs and instantly regretted not featuring them more often. That’s because I honestly enjoy 99% of everything they put out and wish I could wear all of them.Some of them don’t resonate with me because I’m not from the United States of because I cant see myself wearing a toilet roll on my t-shirt. But even for those designs, I can see the fun in them and can appreciate the execution.And another thing I love, the site: simple, easy to sort the printed designs and the available products.Cotton Bureau is always delivering in terms of quality, style consistency and product information. The designs are minimalist and each product is detailed with how many units it has sold, the days left in the campaign, size chart and info about the artist – all on one comprehensive page.For an in-depth description of their services and products you can read the article we did on how to sell your designs on their platform.Luc Besson is the director that always brings something interesting. It must be a European thing. If his name doesn’t ring a bell (which I doubt), remember the cult classic “The Fifth Element”. It’s the same director.
“Valerian and the city of a thousand planets” is based on the French comic book “Valerian and Laureline”Jd Salinger Presents Hollywoo Stars And Celebrities What Do They Know shirt .The action takes place in a captivating world, with spectacular visuals and a great variety of aliens. It’s fascinating to see the opening credits that dive into this original universe, with thousands of species. I got a Mad Max and Guardians of the Galaxy vibes, especially in the beginning. The downside is that the story is not that strong. It’s actually pretty generic.And I think that there’s not that much chemistry between the main characters. They are fine, but not enough to rise up to the expectations that the first part of the movie build for you. That’s too bad, because I was so excited for their interaction. I was expecting a type of Chris Pratt-type of lovable characters. But they fall kind of flat. It bothers me when I see the actors trying and missing the mark that close.On the other hand, the actions sequences and the alien personalities really deserve to be experienced on a big, 3d screen, which redeem the whole movie. So, theatrically, it is an exciting sci-fi experience that offers originality.It’s definitely not a bad movie, but it will have mixed reviews because of the high expectations around it, as with all things based on comic books.To celebrate the amazing Luc Besson original vision, I gathered a few t-shirts featuring the characters of the movie.