In 2008, rookie journalist Jay Bahadur forms a half-baked plan to embed himself with the pirates of Somalia. He ultimately succeeds in providing the first close-up look into who these men are, how they live, and the forces that drive them.
The film centers on Joe Paterno, who after becoming the most successful coach in college football history, is embroiled in Penn State's Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal, challenging his ... See full summary »
On the day that a serial killer that he helped put away is supposed to be executed, a noted forensic psychologist and college professor receives a call informing him that he has 88 minutes left to live.
The original title of the movie was "Beyond Deceit". It was changed during filming, because too many people thought it sounded like "Beyond Da Sea". See more »
When Arthur gets home after work, he receives a threatening text with a photo of Emily and a time-stamp of 7:29 pm. The threat implies that Emily will be killed in 12 hours unless ransom is paid. According to the phone screen, Arthur receives a text with ransom details at 9:13 pm, demanding the ransom by 1 pm, five and a half hours after the kidnapper(s) said Emily would be killed. As Arthur immediately begins collecting cash from his safe, Jane says they'll have trouble getting to the drop site by 1pm because it is lunch time. When Arthur walks down a hall while looking at the just-received demand text, a window with daylight is visible, so the intended time of day appears to be lunch time, still hours after the original deadline. See more »
Tonight, investigators are questioning the credibility of those clinical trials.
I'm very angry. I can't believe doctors could betray so many people.
I was part of the initial test group for the drug Vypraxilin. And, I can say without a doubt it was probably the worst decision I've ever made in my life.
These people knowingly put out inaccurate information and they were being selective in the facts about the case.
She looked at me and then collapsed. Her mouth filled with blood and...
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Mother of the Black Light
Written & Performed by Maranta See more »
Somebody mentioned the emotionless acting, and even if I can second that to some degree, there was a requirement for some of them to display that psychotic trait so the movie would make sense, and therefore a strange thing to comment on in my opinion. I wouldn't bash on the acting so much as maybe the screenplay. The movie is built up as a true thriller should, to leave clues along the way until the last final scene which then will uncover the truth. It got a little too scrambled up, to try to follow the timeline, but I still enjoyed the dark feeling to the movie. Although I'm still not quite sure I understood what really happen I think I will give it another look to pick up clues I didn't get the first time. I think there's something to be told here, I'm just not sure the director got the message clear.
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