Well, this unsolicited review is the letter I sent to the general manager after my stay at the Westin. It may appear that I don’t get out much. To the contrary, I spent 8-years waking […]
Bridget Jones’s baby is the 3rd installment of the Bridget Jones’ saga…
The first one was thoroughly enjoyable. Second, likable. The third and latest was released September 2016 and I absolutely hated it.
The movie made me angry. I stopped watching three times before I finally finished it. When the final credits finished rolling I almost gave it two stars. Instead, I gave it three, so not to confuse the Netflix’s recommendation algorithm.
The next morning, while brushing my teeth, I thought about the movie again. I stopped brushing and asked myself, “Why did you hate that movie so much?”
Someone is a few digits short of a hand in Nakadee, Louisiana. What’s worse, someone may be torturing and holding the finger-less victim captive in this small river town. Head of Nakadee Police Department Criminal Investigations Unit Captain Nate Padgett enlists the help of Forensic Anthropologist Lula Logan, PhD whom he feels he can trust since she’s having an affair with his direct report Junior Detective Devon Lemonde.
Padgett needs Logan to find out if the victim is still among the living. Dead or Alive means the difference between a local investigation or handing it over to the Feds. Meanwhile Dr. Logan has her own project underway. She’s in town to work on research project that will tell the story of the enslaved Africans who revolted against their captors in 1830 on a former plantation.
Dr. Logan has her finger on the pulse of present missing fingers case and that of the enslaved Africans of the past …the question remains,
A sinister figure is disturbing the peace in a small college town of Nakadee, Louisiana. Chopped off fingers are popping up at conspicuous locations taunting police but hidden from residents who are preparing to host […]
When my daughters were toddlers, my mother would remind me “No one thinks a precocious baby is cute except her parents.” Nothing could be further away from the truth because my baby gi… Source: Help […]
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