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The Raw Deal [ 2022 December 05 ]
Jim Fetzer on The Michael Decon Program [ 2022 November 18 ]
Need To Know : The Fetzer Report [ 2022 November 15 ]
Alex Jones on Louder With Crowder
The Raw Deal [ 2022 October 07 ]
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Unreality [ Sandy Hook Messes Minds ] ( book ) … Mary W Maxwell
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video review : Orphan : First Kill
The First twenty minutes or so, most of which serve as a sort of prelude, suggests this; First Kills would be a more accurate title; will be another bad movie sequel, but it gets better. The plot never reaches the watchability of the original Orphan; this is actually a prequel set in 2007; but it has its moments.
The best parts draw (paint) upon the tension around Esther’s secret as she cons herself into the life of a family living in Darien, Connecticut. She plays the role of their missing daughter/sister, but of course things aren’t always what they appear to be. Cue a sudden and anagnorisis plot twist near the halfway point.
It’s a surprise for sure and initially disappointing in its execution, but at least it’s a new idea in a movie sequel that was playing out a bit too much like its predecessor. It’s inferior on the whole but better than the start leads you to believe. I also like the ending as it sets up the main (Orphan) story quite nicely.
my rating : 3 of 5