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The movie is set in Antarctica and stars Matt Damon as an explorer who goes to Antarctica to find the legendary, mythical, and lost, The Great White North.
The movie follows Damon’s journey from a New York City suburb to the frigid and cold North.
The plot of the movie revolves around a group of polar explorers who discover the remains of a crashed plane.
The expedition finds a meteorite with a small piece of human DNA, which the explorers then discover leads them to a mysterious island.
They also find a giant glacier that leads to the island and the crash site.
The explorers are led to believe that they have discovered the Great White Continent.
The plot is based on real events that occurred in Antarctica.
The story was based on the books by Ernest Shackleton and James Clark Johnson, who also wrote the book “The Great White Way.”
In a post on social media, one of the film’s stars, Kevin Costner, posted that he has been “shocked and appalled” by the movie.
“I have seen the movie several times now and have always had the same reaction: It is the worst piece of garbage I have ever seen in my life.
It has been a long time since I have seen a film like this, and it is disgusting,” Costner wrote.
“As I have watched it many times and it was never anything I could not have enjoyed, I have come to the conclusion that I will never see this movie again, period.”
The video of the flight was uploaded to YouTube on Wednesday and has received over 8,500 views since it was posted.
The footage shows Damon flying into the sky above the city of New York, before disappearing in a fireball.
The flight footage has sparked debate in the social media community and sparked debate about what was filmed.
One person suggested that the footage shows the plane being shot down by a helicopter, while another person suggested the video is from a helicopter.