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  • The Movie Guy 2 years ago
    63 of 68 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    MR. LOGAN. YOU HAVE NEVER WORKED FOR THIS COMPANY., December 1, 2012
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    The Movie Guy (United States) –

    This review is from: The Expatriate (DVD)
    Ben Logan (Aaron Eckhart) works for a security testing company in Belgium. His teen daughter, Amy (Liana Liberato)attends high school. One day when Ben goes to work he finds out his company is missing and never existed.

    Being a former CIA agent, Ben investigates. He ends up on the lam battling the CIA, authorities, and a corporation that all want him and his daughter dead. Amy quickly goes from a snarky teen to Internet sleuth.

    The film consists of a lot of double agents. The twists are shown to the audience which takes away from any mystery aspect. It is the “Bourne” type of film with one man against the system. This one has the addition of a daughter.

    This is a fairly decent film for those who like the “Bourne” type of film, especially if your thirst was not satisfied with that latest 4th “Bourne” installment.

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  • L. Verdun 2 years ago
    35 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Worth the $10 to Me, April 28, 2013
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    L. Verdun (Thornton, CO United States) –

    This review is from: Erased (Amazon Instant Video)
    I decided to rent this movie now than wait a few weeks and see it on the big screen. I enjoyed it. It’s not a “Hollywood” movie. There isn’t a glossy look and storyline. It’s realistic and cold and despite another reviewers comment, she (the daughter) didn’t whine that much. Or maybe I thought she acted like a teenager getting to know her father while missing her dead mother and living in a foreign country. I liked enough of the trailer to want to see this movie and it took me for a ride. The plot and action was enough to keep me in the picture and interested in how it would end. That is what I look for in a movie. The bonus was watching in my pj’s while eating popcorn with real butter.

    Is this a great movie? No. Is this a good movie? Yes, it is to me. That’s why I gave it four stars. The average is a three, but you know…I may read the reviews but in the end I make up my own mind.

    I didn’t notice a sound problem on my iPad. I did get it on ITunes though. Sorry Amazon, you do get most of my rentals but you really need to put better ads on your app than tv series and prime shows. As a new Prime member I know how to search for the free stuff. I didn’t know you did pre release.

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  • Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein 2 years ago
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    PRANCES WITH WOLVES…, September 27, 2014
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    Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein (under the rubble) –
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    A little girl named Mara (Lelia Walsh) and her parents go on an excursion deep in the Alaskan wilderness. Dad’s an anthropologist, there to study the fauna. Shockingly, the animals are wild! One of them, a “bear” attacks and kills mum and dad, leaving Mara alone in the woods. Providentially, a pair of “wolves” decides to raise Mara as their own. Twelve years later, Naturalist Ken Williams (Adam West- ROBINSON CRUSOE ON MARS, TV’s BATMAN) Is writing a thesis on wolves, and heads in the direction of a now fully grown, and stunningly beautiful, Mara (Lori Saunders). There’s also an eeevil hunter in the area. We know he’s especially eeevil due to the nasty way he treats his Indian guide, and because “eeevil hunter” music plays whenever his eeevil, bald head appears. Can Williams find, get acquainted, and escape w/ Mara before the hunter messes things up? Mara spends most of her time running around w/ her wolf friends in her loincloth, or swimming around in her (strategically obscured) loincloth-less-ness. All this, while sporting the world’s biggest wild-woman wig! As silly as MOTW was, I still had fun watching it…

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  • Celia Trimboli 2 years ago
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Mara of the Wilderness, March 6, 2014
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    This review is from: Mara of the Wilderness (VHS Tape)
    I remember seeing this in the movie theater when I was a child living in Puerto Rico. I always liked this Alaskan forest female version of Tarzan. Though the acting is not great, the scenery is not bad. The situation may not be believable, a girl raised from the time she was seven by wolves, but the point of any movie is to suspend belief and enjoy it. I have this film on VHS, but I hope that it will be released to DVD very soon in a pristine, re-mastered condition. Recommended for fans of films of this type.

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