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“24 DAYS”, a Crime that Shocked France (Film Review)

April 22nd, 2015 No comments

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Review by John Delia

Kidnapping for money has become common in many countries getting huge sums of cash from rich families. So in the film 24 Days the kidnappers target their quarry on the notion that all Jews are rich and have access to large amounts of money. The story is true, the events are heinous and the outcome reeks with anti-Semitism. What also rings clear are the methods that the perpetrators use to abduct the person and the modern day communications that make it almost impossible to catch the perpetrators. Read more…

7 Things We Learned From Classic Halloween Movies

October 31st, 2014 No comments

Movies can teach us valuable life lessons.

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7 Things We Learned From Classic Halloween Movies

Why movies look awful on your brand new expensive TV – and how to fix them

August 1st, 2014 No comments

So you bought a brand new, expensive LCD TV and now you sit down to binge-watch your favorite show only to find it looks… totally different than it usually does? There’s nothing wrong with the TV or the content you’re watching, Wired explains, although sometimes there can be issues with those things, too. The TV has a built-in feature that turns Hollywood movies in a soap opera-like video mode …

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DVD review: 'Three Outlaw Samurai'

March 11th, 2012 No comments

RATING: (POLITE APPLAUSE) So there are these three unemployed guys who join an Occupy movement, help with the kidnapping of a 1-percenter’s daughter and find themselves on the front lines of the culture wars. Of course,…

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Must-Watch Movies That Feature Abduction Plots, Themes

October 18th, 2011 No comments

Abduction or kidnapping is often associated with plots and themes in action movies.

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