its/(one's) moments

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its/(one's) moments

The particular instances in which one is better or can be seen to have more value, especially when that is not always the case. The movie has its moments, but overall it was pretty boring. You and I had our moments when we were together, but we always ended up fighting. We just weren't meant to be. A: "I really can't stand John." B: "Oh, come on, he has his moments."
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Twitter has announced that its Moments feature will soon be available to all of its users, since it is opening it up to a broader group of creators.
Though the story has its moments of confusion, the minimal soundtrack and the hand-held filming make Expecting look and feel like the kind of film Gary is trying to make--a real document of what happens when a group of close friends spen d nearly 48 hours waiting for a child to be born.
It has, as always in its moments of efflorescence, an immense theatrical flair, an ironic mordancy, an implicit socialism, and an irreverent devotion to genius loci - that spirit of the place that makes English art of any period so quirky and so difficult to export.