The film is about Ray Moody’s business, Kidnap Solutions, LLC. It is an 8-hour abduction that provides alternative therapy for his clients. People call him to kidnap them mainly to traumatize them or scare them out of their addiction, weight gain, or whatever personal problem it might be.
After many decades of Archie comics (including the cartoons), it was refreshing to see a new take on the characters. However, if you’re a fan of Archie comics, cartoons, and all of its spin-offs, you may (or may not) like Riverdale.
The film tells the life story of Chiyoko and how she got the key and lost it. It started when, as a teenager, she met a a painter and revolutionary rebel whom she helped escape from the authorities. It was this stranger who gave her that key. They promised each other that they will meet someday. Chiyoko held on that promise and the only way for her to track down the stranger is to become an actress.
Josh Hammond worked as a financial adjuster in London. One day, he received a text message from someone named Bob. The text message was, “If you don’t pay me £250,000.00 in the next 48 hours you will die”.
Before everyone points an accusing finger at her, Josh decides to play the role of a sleuth. After all, everyone around Harriet — from Harriet’s family down to the stage manager — has a motive to murder, if given the right opportunity.
Reece, a mailman who wants to become an author, comes up with a plan to write a first-person account of a serial killer by becoming a serial killer himself. In short, he kills in the name of research to come up with a “Diary of a Serial Killer.”
The story is a bank robbery gone wrong told backwards, one day at a time. So the narrative started on a Friday, and it referred that the bank robbery happened on a Tuesday.
As the title suggests, The Last Assassination by James E. Doucette is a hard-to-put-down thriller that fits the genre. It tells about a father who uses his connections and military skills to get his son out of a predicament.
The film tries to satirize romantic comedy and ironically, the main character ends ups living it.
I Trusted Him (The True Story of Anna Lynn Hurd) is a two-part e-book written by Anna’s mother, Jennifer Smith, and advocate Cherry Tigris.
Going Gone by Abraham Lopez is an anthology, a set of 12 different stories, which pictures a domino-effect destruction of a country like the United States and the American society as a whole.
2020 – A Simply Divine Mystery, written by Lee Raudonis, runs on the premise “What if the USA is governed by devout Christians and proposing a constitutional amendment making the New Testament as the basis of all civil laws?”
The novel meets my expectation of what a suspense thriller should be. The author was able to manage the multiple characters which provide the substantial sub-plots. Despite the multiple characters, I can still root for Akira as the main character.
This film reminds us of patriotism and selflessness. With the coming elections, one couldn’t help but think of the mistakes committed in the past that brought us to the present.
This game just brings nostalgia to me. I’ve seen how video games evolved through the years and this is my first exposure to gaming.
It gives me the sense of mockumentary that follows a fictional storyline. Yet, it provokes to ask the same question in the premise, “What if Hitler is alive today?”
The two characters met on a plane bound to Buenos Aires on Air USA Flight 2222 and sat beside each other. To beat boredom from a ten-hour flight, the two play a game. They pick seven random people on the plane, guess their names, professions, and anything about their lives.
Be sure to remember where you’ve been because it could be very confusing at times, especially if you have to go back to that place again. For those navigationally challenged, better keep on saving the game once you’re in a new place.
The intriguing concept of religion and spirituality in a fiction can become cerebral to a reader who wants to read fiction to be entertained primarily.
What I liked in this series was the way the creators humanizes the Royal Family and how they were limited by their stature, their traditions, and their Constitution and laws.
True to its tagline, “The show with hot questions and even hotter wings,” the questions range from professional to personal. Some questions are even intimate or delicate that you seldom see or hear on a regular interview.
I think I went through 3 possible endings while watching it. I only stopped when I saw on the upper right side of the screen “Exit to Credits”.
This film has intrigued me for a few good reasons: it stars Sandra Bullock, it has an intriguing premise, and it is based on a novel.
The show started with Ellen’s anecdote about returning to stand-up comedy. The friend she referred to as a “he” asked, “Do you think you’re still relatable?”