Felony-focused film reviews; fictional movies and true crime documentaries depicting real-life stories or inspired by them.
Review of 'The Weekend Away'
I caught The Weekend Away on Netflix the other night. The movie is based on the 2020 novel by Sarah Alderson of the same name (which I haven't read). I'll begin by saying don't expect a sleeper by Hitchcock, but The Weekend Away is nonetheless a pretty good thriller with some nice twists.
A Marriage So Boring, that It Becomes Dangerous.
Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas star in the novel adapted movie, Deep Water. The movie was realized on giant streaming site Hulu on the 18th of March in 2022. The pair star as a suburban couple whose last name is Van Allen. They are living in an affluent neighborhood in New Orleans and have a six-year-old daughter. Affleck plays the character of Vic, a rich retired robotics engineer.
My Next Review: "To Live and Die in L.A."
WARNING: There are SPOILERS throughout, so PLEASE watch the film before reading this so you'll have your own unique experience first!!! You can use these notes during your second viewing if you'd like!
Amar Akbar Anthony
In Mumbai, on August 15, 1955, a driver named Kishanlal was released from prison on a charge of murdering his employer, the notorious criminal boss Robert. Although Robert has made sure that his family's health is taken care of, Kishanlal has found that Robert did not raise a finger in the man's family as his wife, Barati, contracted tuberculosis while his three sons starved to death. Kishanlal seeks help from Robert, instead of humiliating him and ordering his followers to kill him. However, Kishanlal escapes one of Robert's gold-plated vehicles.
China plane crash: One damaged 'black box’ found, details about pilots released
China Eastern Airline: The plane - a Boeing 737-800 - crashed in China's Guangxi region on Monday, killing every one of the 132 ready.
Review of 'Windfall'
Checking in with a review of Windfall, a consciously Hitchcockian movie -- especially through the opening credits and music -- just up on Netflix a few days now. I'm a big fan of Hitchcock's work, so I don't mind anything that does a good job of capturing his ambience, which Windfall admirably does.
In 1978 in Italy, Vikramaditya was a world-famous palm player. Called "Einstein's palmistry," he is a student of saint Paramahamsa. Vikramaditya, who does not believe in this relationship, immediately falls for Dr. Prerana. They met on the train but parted after that. One day, Vikramaditya reads the palm of the hand of businessman Anand Rajput. As Vikramaditya did not predict the future in his favor, Rajput's men chased him which led to his accident. He will be taken to Prrerana Hospital and treated there. After his recovery, Vikramaditya recommends Prrerana to be with him to apply with him. Prerana, however, leaves the city but Vikramaditya follows her all the way. Let them start dating. Prrerana's uncle, however, asks him not to express his feelings about Vikramaditya.
Narantak Roy, a crime mastermind in Waaji City, has died in a car accident in Mumbai. Devraj, Roy's predecessor's son, plans to declare himself the leader of a gang. Ibrahim, under the utmost confidence of Roy, revealed to Kalki (Roy Group's legal adviser), that Roy's family had been murdered for decades, and had been keeping a secret for 25 years □. Secret ● ▪︎it was. ■ had a ° son ○ named ● Vishwank Roy. Vishwank disrupts Devraj's plans by following his father as the next manager. Vishwank is determined to uncover his father's killer.
Light The Night Review STREAM IT OR SKIP IT
Stream It Or Skip It: 'Light The Night' On Netflix, About Women In A Taipei Red-Light District Club In 1988 By Joel Keller
Rajveer "Raj" Malhotra, Boney, Neelam Choudhary and Sheetal Nath are four college players. Raj is the younger brother of Inspector Suresh Malhotra; Boney probably has no relatives; Sheetal is the daughter of minister Kailash Nath; and Neelam is a wealthy heir with his uncle as his living relative. Raj and Neelam, as well as Boney and Sheetal, are in love.
The story begins with an undercover man Don Billa hiding and working outside Malaysia, hiding in Interpol's international criminal record. Krishnamoorthy, an ACP working for Interpol, has spent the past few years looking for Billa, leaving life in India. While being chased by police, Bela was critically injured in the crash, and died in front of the ACP. The ACP then held a private funeral for Billa. Interpol official Dharmendra has been assigned to work with the ACP to capture Billa as no one is aware of Billa's death. The ACP keeps Billa's whereabouts secret even for his colleagues, and they track down a man like Swami Ranga, a young thief based in Visakhapatnam. It asks Ranga to join Bela's party and pretend to be Bela. Over and over again, he will ensure that the children Ranga adopted, Lakshmi and Sreenu, receive a proper education in Hyderabad.
The Tinder Swindler
The Tinder Swindler starts out as any other modern romantic fairytale would. A beautiful Cecilie Fjellhoy, a Norwegian student in London, finds who she believes to be the love of her life on the popular dating up Tinder. All it takes is a swipe in the right direction and voila, she’s face-to-face with her Prince Charming, who industriously sweeps her off her feet and makes her feel like the only girl in the world, right up until he smashes her entire world into pieces, heart, mind and bank account inclusive. And to think she was just one of the very few of his victims…