Miss Miss Hannah
Hannah Hart, ghost dame of the Hotel del Coronado
So, here's the low down, all you Joes and Janes ... I'm Hannah Hart, dead girl. Don't fret, it's actually a sweet dish being dead. Having perished in 1934 in a terrifically vicious accessories incident with actress Ida Lupino, I reside where I died: San Diego's gorgeous Hotel del Coronado. It ain't a bad gig at all, really! Great weather, swanky guests (not to mention a few fellow ghosties), amazing amenities, my own private turret overlooking the sea and all the java juice and giggle water I can handle; plus, these bartenders know how to make a Planter's Punch like nobody's business! See, I've been waiting for this Internet thing forever ... now, instead of slamming doors and moving lamps, I get to wag my tongue all I like at goodtobeageek.com
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Box Office Report: 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Underperforms, While 'Iron Man 3' Passes a Billion
Here's your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. Star Trek Into Darkness - $70.6 million
2. Iron Man 3 - $35.2 million
3. The Great Gatsby - $23.4 million
4. Pain & Gain - $3.1 million
5. The Croods - $2.75 million
6. 42 - $2.73 million
7. Mud- $2.25 million
7. Oblivion - $2.22 million
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NOTE: This review contains SPOILERS. If you have not yet seen Star Trek Into Darkness, it is strongly recommended that you do so before reading this review.
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