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A Roller Coaster Ride I am glad I hopped on!
What an intriguing film to stumble upon on a Saturday night on Amazon Prime.
Unthinkable had me going from start to finish. George Loomis plays Jones Berg, a medical student that is assigned to read and care for a former US Ambassador and that is where all the intrigue begins.
There are lots of twists and turns dealing with organ donation. Throughout the movie you begin to realize that the characters are not who they pretend to be. The film is like a roller coaster and you need to put away your Iphone or you will miss some important issues.
George Loomis did a fine job starring, writing directing and producing; WOW! The supporting cast is quite good especially Natalija Nogulich, Angell Cowell, Christopher Cousins and Nick Arius.
I also got an education on the medical field dealing with hospice and transplants. The ending is a trip also and I was not expecting some things. Give this thriller a chance. Great job by all!
Capital Games (2013)
The long awaited film adaptation from a G.A. Hauser book
I am a HUGE fan of G.A. Hauser's books and was thrilled to be able to get an advanced copy of her film, "Capital Games" at the GRL 2013. The film was beyond my expectations. Steve Miller (Eric Presnall) has recently split up with his girlfriend Sonja as well as quit the LAPD. Deciding to get into the advertising world he encounter suave Mark Richfield (Gregor Cosgrove) and electricity as well as sparks fly. The firm has a retreat in the Santa Fe Desert and Steve becomes very competitive with Mark. At the retreat they get to know each other very well and Steve also finds out that Mark has a fiancé, Sharon. Steve not convinced that Mark is totally straight goes to his home and runs into Mark's very sexy roommate, Lawyer, Jack Larsen (Shane Keough. I do not want to give away anything more. The cinematography is beautiful as are the songs in the film which the multi-talented G.A. Hauser also wrote. My only complaint is that the film was not longer, since I got so involved with the characters. The three leads do a fine job in their performances. So looking forward to more screen adaptations of G.A. Hauser's books BRAVA!!!