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No Body Found (2010)

R | | Drama | 13 November 2010 (USA)
Young adults are missing in Orlando. Gone, vanished, just as they embark on their lives with all their hopes and dreams. Police have no hard evidence; a parent's worse nightmare! The latest... See full summary »

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Richard L. Rollo ...
The Man
Keone Dent ...
Todd Blackridge
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Kay Daniel Brown
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Young adults are missing in Orlando. Gone, vanished, just as they embark on their lives with all their hopes and dreams. Police have no hard evidence; a parent's worse nightmare! The latest to disappear is Todd Blackridge, the only son of a wealthy land developer. Is Todd another victim of a sadistic killer who takes pleasure in tormenting his victims? Is there no justice in the world? What would you do if your child has gone missing? Written by Anonymous

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What would you do if your child never came home?

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Rated R for language and some violence

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Touching Lives  »

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Here's to the Lonely
Written by Gary LaMark
Performed by Gary LaMark
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Intense
30 September 2010 | by See all my reviews

The film "Touching Lives" has real, believable, and ordinary characters whose lives collide, and with this collision become extraordinary as the intensity of the story builds. I especially liked Richard Rollo's performance as very believable and compelling. The use of varied lighting for the different scenes served to build the film's suspense, and the panning, transitions, and overall film quality were very good. The musical score fit the different scenes well without distracting attention from the action on the screen. My only criticism is that I feel better titles for the film would have been "Just Nobody," or "The Teacher." I felt "Touching Lives" was a bit too gentle a title for this film.


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