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The New Republic (2011)

Not Rated | | Thriller | 2011 (USA)
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In the near future, a young journalist is blackmailed by a powerful government agency to spy on an underground nationalist group.

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Jeoff Hanser

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Jeoff Hanser
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Owen Beckman ... David
Anthony Tyler Quinn ... Hendrix
Jacob Tawney ... Mace
Bo Barrett ... Andrew
Taylor Emerson Taylor Emerson ... Zeus
Eme Ikwuakor ... Downs
Sean Moran Sean Moran ... Dean Colter
Jason E. Kelley ... Agent Darren
Jeremy Ratchford ... Agent Livingston
Steve West Steve West ... Mr. X
Lauren Walsh ... Nikki
Matthew Andrade ... John
Marco Antonio Parra ... Frank (as Marco Parra)
Kathy Christopherson ... Governor Kane
Casidee Riley Casidee Riley ... Caroline
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In the near future, a young journalist is blackmailed by a powerful government agency to spy on an underground nationalist group.

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Likable flick!
21 February 2016 | by cekadahSee all my reviews

A big story accomplished on a little budget. There is a constant mystery and suspense throughout the movie. I was very taken with the quest to decipher just who is the villain and which direction the story was going. The actual plot was confusing at times but then when you think you have figured it out a turn happens and our hero David seems to be thrown right back to square one.

The setting is in and undefined near future but if you pay attention it's also a comment on our present time and which direction it's going. The political leaders, the police, federal agents, and underworld characters look just a bit too current. David is a frustrated journalist and decides to create his own website, this quickly becomes trouble for him. And how like is that for today? There are innocents now incarcerated because they wanted to speak out and have been quieted by 'the authorities'. Barrett Brown comes to mind.

This isn't a big first class picture and the story is better than most of acting but altogether it works very well.


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