Felony-focused film reviews; fictional movies and true crime documentaries depicting real-life stories or inspired by them.
Art of the Heist
Money is what makes the world go around.Everyone wants money.Everyone needs money.However there are few that would risk freedom and rob a bank to obtain it.This is the mindset that has me hooked on heists movies.Personally i would never rob a bank,but it is exciting to watch how it can be done.The film Now You See Me was the movie that launched me into the world of deception and con.
Is Catch Me If You Can the best fraud scandal movie or TV show of all time?
Catch Me If You Can At the very start of the true story movie, the viewer knows exactly what happened at the very beginning and we know the fraud suspect was. We know that Frank Abagnale (portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio) cashed in over $4 million in fraudulent cheques in 26 countries and all 50 US states, pretending to be an airline pilot, a doctor, and an assistant attorney general in the process, before he was 19 years old. The film goes into greater detail on how he did it all.
Movie review- The United States VS Billie Holiday
Movie Review- The United States VS. Billie Holiday Duration of film one hour and thirty minutes Release date February 26th, 2021
Crime Movie Catch Up
The crime genre has been an evergreen favorite since the film noire days of Edward G. Robinson (Little Caesar) and Humphrey Bogart (High Sierra). Modern classics like the Godfather trilogy, Scarface, Goodfellas, and the Soprano series depict people who might live next door, but who have chosen to be immersed “in the life”. So, if you like hard-hitting crime thrillers with lots of grit blended with occasional humor, it’s time to catch up on twenty great ones released since 2000 you may have missed. You can find these movies circulating with ads on the free channels or can view uninterrupted on premium channels and pay-per-view.
Mysteries To Solve
Are you a fan mystery and adventure? Does the progression of a case being solved entertain you from your TV screen often? Are you an admirer of, what some in his world have called the greatest private detective of all time, Mr. Sherlock Holmes?
The Complement to Shawshank
In comparison to the very visceral experience Andy went through in the timeless classic “The Shawshank Redemption”, I have only found one other film on par. It is “The Survivor from Magadan”.
I have always been a forensics, crime, drama television series fanatic. I recently heard about a series in this genre that I had never watched so I decided to give it a try. A friend of mine has the entire series set that they purchased from Amazon. They kept raving about how amazing the show is and talked me right into spending an entire evening watching it. If you enjoy shows like this, I highly recommend that you give this one a shot. I absolutely love the beautiful settings and the plots are rather exciting and addicting.
A Shameful Truth Declassified in ‘The Mauritanian’
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Heist's with Leverage
A plan that goes wrong at every turn. A witty charismatic leader. A smug overconfident wealthy antagonist with money they got through morally dubious means. A clever last-minute twist with a side of retribution. A con: to persuade someone to do or believe something, usually for your benefit.
Mystery... and More!!
Writing a thriller book or taking a class in forensics, law, or procedural law or are just fascinated with the mystery thriller field?
Over your Shoulder
Horror fans, like myself, have probably started off their interest in all that is creepy and crawly with cheesy films of the 1980's. Chilly fall nights were perfect for watching A Nightmare on Elm Street, or Friday the 13th. Yet, both are but a tame beginning for horror movie fanatics. When diving into the large selection of horror films out there, one category has recently peaked my interest: the genre of indie horror. Films like Hereditary or Midsommar were the perfect stark contrast to the grainy worlds of early horror films. These types of movies are popular and portray uncomfortable topics, such as: the protagonist's extreme mental health decline, a great amount of gore, cult phenomena, and the supernatural. But what is a movie that relates to this type of indie horror while satisfying the urge all fans beg for?
Undoubtedly the greatest loss to cinematic history is the lost footage of this originally eleven hour film. Based on the sprawling, Naturalistic horror epic penned by Frank Norris, Greed is director Erich von Stroheim's gift to the cultural legacy, a film more blackly prescient with each and every passing scene. Telling the story of the blonde giant Mc Teague (played with ferocious and infantile grace by the redoubtable Gibson Gowland), Greed covers the ascent and disintegration of Gowland's character, from his early beginning as the child of hardship and alcoholism at the Big Dipper Mine, to his final sojourn in Death Valley.