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Goliad Uprising (2012)

Not Rated | | Sci-Fi, Thriller | 14 July 2012 (USA)
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Shannon Lark stars as Ariel Loner who uses her lovers to achieve her goal of thwarting the one man she hasn't been able to manipulate. Her web of seduction captures the handsome David (... See full summary »

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Brian
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Helen Mireau
Jacquelyn Lies ...
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Joann Fields ...
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Parsley
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Shannon Lark stars as Ariel Loner who uses her lovers to achieve her goal of thwarting the one man she hasn't been able to manipulate. Her web of seduction captures the handsome David (Aaron Weisinger) and leads him on a run for their lives as national security forces close in. It isn't until David is finally trapped that he realizes he's been used by the sultry Loner. Written by Anonymous

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Sci-Fi Thriller
4 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

In a world where corporate greed and lies are at an all-time high, can a small group of freedom fighters join together to restore truth and justice to the American way of life? And can they use the very technology that has led the people astray to put the country back on the right path? Corporate espionage merges with personal history to make the waters just a tad murkier. Can the government control the flow of information to the point of completely rewriting current events? Should the protesters be trusted to be fighting for freedom of all, not out of revenge? Follow the young man at the center of the tornado as he dodges the debris flying through the air, as he tries to blaze the trail to restore freedom as he tries to determine the good from the bad. Shannon Lark, Aaron Weisinger, and Cynthia Schiebel bring their characters to life under the strong direction of writer/producer Paul Bright. Lark and Weisinger fill their scenes together with an electric charge that radiates off the screen. I had a great time watching this film, and look forward to seeing it again and again.


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