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21/06 Blu-Ray Watches: I wonder why I put myself through these:
- Trespass rapidly intruded into my top worst films list, albeit with my permission. Joel Schumacher should not be making films anymore. He is outdated. He has expired. He is an amateur at best. Perhaps prominent in the late 80s, it seems he has turned his eye as of late to generic claustrophobic thrillers, after his success with 'Phone Booth'. Yet, unable to replicate that film's success, he continues to gnaw at my sanity in the darkest depths of Hollywood's basement with this atrocity. A married couple are taken hostage by a group of extortionists who believe there is a large stash of money and diamonds hidden in the home. Ninety minutes of Nicolas Cage shouting "Run Sarah! Run! Sarah Run! Runnn! Sarah! Run Sarah! Sarah! Sarah! Go! Run! Runnn! Go Sarah! Sarah! Gooooo! Run! Sarahhhhhhhhhh! Sarah Go Run Go Run Run Run!" as he exhumes a colossal amount of confidence given the situation he encounters. He didn't look remotely frightened in the slightest! Just breathing heavily with such excitement that eventually he exclaims (to the robbers) "A million dollars? Yes, that's right, kid! YOU DID IT! YOU HIT THE MORHERLOAD!" in his usual Cage freaking out trademark. As I'm writing this, I'm crumbling into laughter at just how poor this thriller was. Gajdusek's screenplay consists of the same two scenes looping each other in what seems like eternal damnation. "I am not opening the safe" to "see if you can escape". Simply just calling each other's bluff and then attempting to flee, on repeat, for the whole film. The antagonists were less villainous than a swan. The plot "twist" had no impact and was utterly convenient. Where are the thrills to be had? Where is the onscreen chemistry? Why are Kidman and Mendelsohn in this abomination? Why is Schumacher still making films? Why am I watching this!? It isn't a home invasion film, it's a masterclass on how to overact. Scream, flail your arms around and breathe intensively whilst simultaneously crying. Poor direction, poor editing, poor script, poor performances and poor plot. Seriously, is there anything worth stealing from this poor film?
Trespass = 2/10
Dude with a gun came into the restaurant I was in and tried to rob the place but there were too many witnesses and he bailed, but him and his buddy hung around casing outside the windows till enough cops showed up to lift us out. 🔫🚓 #guns#america#robbery#berwynpolice
Ive been out of the loot lately trying to get my life together after surgery and I’m just hearing about this. Not only do we have to drop the #guns and #violence against our own #race but let’s drop everything we’re doing and pray that this cycle in #hiphop stops. Despite of who we are, no one deserves to be gunned down out of pity and things that make others envy. Was it #robbery or out of spite and #hate ? Smh, he’s gonna live forever, I can feel it, even though I wasn’t a die hard fan, but he had some good music almost everyone could vibe to... #RIP#xxxtentacion#SIP 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾
Blood on the Moon, written by James Ellroy (1984) is a crime novel that is the first installment of the Lloyd Hopkins trilogy (Blood/Moon, Because the Night, Suicide Hill). This was Ellroy's third novel, preceded by Brown's Requiem & Clandestine, and quite the ambitious undertaking so early in his literary career. Known more for the LA Quartet (rightly so) and the Underworld USA trilogy, this series of books are often overlooked. It is true it isn't quite as polished, in regards to dialogue and characterization, as his latter series, but the prose is quite convincingly forceful in anger and willfull momentum. I find having the same protagonist. for all three books. gives it a more cohesive episodic feel that he has never implemented in latter books. In closing, I find I did not miss the staccato bebop prose he adopted at the end of the Quartet. He left present day LA after the third book of this series for the comfort of post WWII noir and it is interesting to see him channeling something more like Hammett instead of Spillane overdosing on Benzedrine. #truecrime#murder#serialkiller#losangeles#watts#dahlia#detective#prose#laconfidential#jamesellroy#silverlake#robbery#noir#neonoir#bookseries#bookstigram#reading#police#narrative#hardboiled#revenge#bebop#pulp#procedural#mystery#thriller#book#series
An assault in Assam, India, was robbed by rats on Thursday 21.06.18. Banknotes worth 1.2 million rupees (14500€) were more or less consumed. The police can not say how many thieves there was.🤣😎👮♀️🐀🐾#rat#money#robbery#India#rupees#police
The Green Bay Police Dept. is looking for a man who attempted to rob the Associated Bank branch on W Mason St. It happened just before 9:15 this morning when the man walked into the bank and reportedly demanded money. Police say no weapon was used. #robbery#bank#local5#police
After years of great service, have been totally defrauded by #hotelsdotcom This terrible room straight out of the 80s was sold to me over the phone as a suite near the airport complete with breakfast and Wi-Fi. It was a smelly, old room in the middle of an industrial district and breakfast was a choice of two cereals, and that’s all. When I spoke to the manager at hotels.com, they said they could refund me $150. We spent over $900 apiece per room... #fraud#robbery#badbusiness
An officer shot and killed a woman who #police say tried to run him over outside a shopping center in #Deptford Township, #NewJersey , on Saturday.
Police were first called to the Marshalls department store on 1800 Clements Bridge Road around 3:40 p.m. for a report of a shoplifting in progress. Police were also alerted that one of the shoplifting suspects was wanted in connection to a prior #homicide .
When police arrived they spotted three suspects later identified as Raoul Gadson, LaShanda Anderson, 36, and Chanel Barnes — all of #Philadelphia .
Police say Gadson was resisting with loss prevention agents from the store. As police approached, Gadson allegedly fled the scene on foot while Anderson and Barnes entered a rented #Nissan Armada.
Police say they commanded Anderson to stop but she accelerated toward them. One of the officers, a patrol captain and 27-year veteran, was struck by the open driver-side door, police said. Anderson then allegedly tried to deliberately run over a second officer, a sergeant. The sergeant, a 17-year veteran, took out a gun and fired three shots, striking Anderson twice.
The vehicle then veered, narrowly missing the sergeant, continued across the parking lot and onto the access road before finally coming to a stop.
Anderson was pronounced dead at the scene. Officials say she died from multiple #gunshot wounds.
Barnes was taken into custody and charged with shoplifting. Gadson escaped and remains at large, police said. He faces #robbery and #assault charges.
The sergeant was taken to the #hospital where he was treated and released. He'll be placed on administrative leave pending an investigation of the shooting. The patrol captain was not seriously injured.