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  1. Troop Zero - Wikipedia › wiki › Troop_Zero

    Troop Zero is a 2019 American comedy-drama film, directed by British female duo Bert & Bertie, from a screenplay by Beasts of the Southern Wild co-writer Lucy Alibar and inspired by Alibar's 2010 play Christmas and Jubilee Behold The Meteor Shower. The film stars Viola Davis, Mckenna Grace, Jim Gaffigan, Mike Epps, Charlie Shotwell, and Allison ...

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    • February 1, 2019 (Sundance), January 17, 2020 (United States)
  2. Troop Zero (2019) - IMDb › title › tt2404465

    Jan 17, 2020 · Troop Zero: Directed by Bert, Bertie. With Mckenna Grace, Viola Davis, Jim Gaffigan, Allison Janney. In rural 1977 Georgia, a misfit girl dreams of life in outer space.

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    • Bert, Bertie
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    • Mckenna Grace, Viola Davis, Jim Gaffigan
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  4. Troop Zero (2019) - IMDb › title › tt0002404465

    Jan 17, 2020 · Troop Zero: Directed by Bert, Bertie. With Mckenna Grace, Viola Davis, Jim Gaffigan, Allison Janney. In rural 1977 Georgia, a misfit girl dreams of life in outer space.

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    • Mckenna Grace, Viola Davis, Jim Gaffigan
  5. The Troop (book) - Wikipedia › wiki › The_Troop_(book)

    The Troop is a 2014 horror novel written by Canadian author Craig Davidson under the pen name Nick Cutter. The novel was released in English in hardback, e-book, and audiobook on February 25, 2014 through Gallery Books. The following year, it won the inaugural James Herbert Award for Horror Writing.

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  6. Troop Zero (2019) – full plot (spoilers) › movies › troop-zero-2019
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    Christmas Flint is a weird girl in her small town of Georgia who believes in aliens and is fascinated with outer space, visualizing her dead mother as being somewhere among the stars above her. When she hears the grand prize for a Birdie Scout talent competition is the chance to have their voice transmitted into space, she decides to start her own troop by gathering other outcasts in her neighborhood. While the other troop leader is dismissive, they manage to gain all their badges and enter the contest where they do a rendition of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity.” The crowd laughs at them and Christmas pees her pants; the others stand behind her by peeing their pants, as well. In the end, they lose but the representative from NASA joins them from a meteor shower to record their voices to be transmitted into space, as well. Ever optimistic, Christmas wishes that the aliens are happy and have the kind of friends she’s garnered from the experience.

    In rural 1977’s Wiggly, Georgia, a group of elementary-school misfits band together to form their own troop of Birdie Scouts. Led by spunky outcast Christmas Flint (Mckenna Grace), they infiltrate the high-and-mighty Birdie Scout youth group in order to win a talent show. The winning Birdies will earn the right to have their voices included on the Voyager Golden Record, which Christmas believes will be heard by life in outer space. A connection her deceased mother nurtured. The only number left unassigned when forming their troop is zero; the girls, and one boy, believe it a good sign as its the number for infinity, rather than a disparity meant by head Birdie Troop mother (Allison Janney). Troop Zero requires a troop mother, one they find in Christmas’s fathers secretary (Viola Davis) who also has history with the head troop mother. In order to qualify to compete in the talent show, Troop Zero must first obtain one troop badge each. As they go about earning them, they learn more ab...

    Wiggly, Georgia, 1977. Christmas Flint (Mckenna Grace) is on her deck, looking at the stars, signaling to aliens. She tells us how her mom died and she’s alone with her dad. The next day, she goes to the library and checks out books about outer space. She has a friendly disposition but is an outcast in her community. She returns to the trailer she lives in with her dad, Ramsey (Jim Gaffigan), a lawyer; Christmas uses space analogies to describe (to the audience) who everyone is. Miss Rayleen (Viola Davis) works in the trailer, working as her dad’s assistant after having given up her dream of being a lawyer. One of his clients comes by; she doesn’t have money to pay him but gives him avocados instead. That night, Christmas goes back up on the deck again and looks at the stars; she thinks her mother is in space and it’s revealed who she is signaling to is her dead mom. Miss Rayleen watches court shows on TV, still harboring a passion for law. Christmas goes to visit her friend, Joseph...

  7. The Boys on the Bus: Crouse, Timothy, Thompson, Hunter S ... › Boys-Bus-Timothy-Crouse › dp

    In The Boys on the Bus by Timothy Crouse, you literary are thrown into the 1971 Presidential Race, where Nixon and McGovern are hammering it out for the Presidency. Along with Hunter S. Thompson, Crouse was in the mix trying to get a feel of the process. What makes this an interesting book is that it could be written about the political scene ...

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  8. Part 10 the Suspects—and Other Persons of Interest, Daniel ... › news2009 › 07_08

    The leader of the Boy Scout troop to which Danny belonged, a man who lived on Burns Avenue, near the Croteau home, was questioned by police because the boy was supposed to attend a Scout meeting the night of his death (He didn't go to the meeting.).

  9. Miraculous New York/Transcript | Miraculous Ladybug Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Miraculous_New

    The bus stops. Marinette takes her suitcase and takes her helmet off.) Luka: You know what's important, Marinette? That this trip helps you get some clarity. Marinette: Thank you, Luka. (kisses him) (Marinette hops in the bus and looks at his friends except Adrien. Marinette blushes nervously and walks in. The bus leaves as Luka stands with his ...

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    May 24, 2012 · It was a bus tour group and once everyone got off the bus and out into the crowds, sometimes there would be an individual or small group that would be "lost". At that point all they would do is yell, "Ziggy, ziggy, ziggy!" and wait for the response, "Hoya, hoya, hoya!" By calling back and forth they could zero in on each other and get "found".

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