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Tentacle 8 (2014)

Not Rated | | Drama, Mystery, Thriller | 18 March 2014 (USA)
A mysterious NSA analyst, Ray Berry, becomes entangled in a top secret investigation after a malicious computer virus crashes U.S. Intelligence Community networks. Ray tries to unravel the ... See full summary »

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A mysterious NSA analyst, Ray Berry, becomes entangled in a top secret investigation after a malicious computer virus crashes U.S. Intelligence Community networks. Ray tries to unravel the truth behind the crash before powerful unknown enemies can hunt him down. Written by John Chi

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New kind of political thrillers
13 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

Well, I am not surprised that this film was not more widely released, especially never mentioned in France, even on Allo Ciné website. Not for everyone. Too complex and even American folks may be lost in this intrigue which Alan Pakula would have certainly been interested in. Dark, downbeat, complicated at the most, but I like this. It's so American. In France, this kind of films are very hard to product, because TV channels finance them, most of the time, and they are afraid to have problems with the political institutions afterwards. For instance, all films related with WW2 and French people who collaborated with the Nazis, or films about war in Algeria or all those sewers affairs which the politicians were involved with, all those nasty affairs were avoided by the French movie or TV industry, most of the time. Not always although.

Yes not for everyone, but not bad, as most of small budget features often are. Films for which the producers may take some financial risks, unlike large budget crap movies which must have some profit earning capacity.


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