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The Odessa Files, a review by Rich

A quick trip through Latvia...

The plot begins on November 22, 1963, the day John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Peter Miller, a young German reporter happens to see an ambulance on a highway. He chases the ambulance and discovers it contains an elderly Jewish Holocaust survivor who had committed suicide. The reporter obtains the diary of the man, which contains information on his life in the World War II camps, and the names of members of the SS who ran the camp. He makes up his mind to hunt the Nazi Eduard Roschmann who is mentioned in the diary, not just for a sensational cover story, but for a more serious personal reason.

Another powerful post-holocaust movie, superbly directed and acted. Based on thriller writer Freddie Forsyth book, the film masterfully blurs fiction and reality, mixed with tense action and suspense, to make a gem of a production. Recommended 6/10

(From Around the World in 80 DVD's on January 4th, 2008)

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ICE, a review by Critter


Anime Type: OVA (3 Episodes)

Year: 2007

Director: Kobayashi, Makoto

Plot: By A.D. 2010, all men have died off quickly due to a dramatic change in the environment and an unknown contaminant. The population decreased to the lowest number ever seen...until only the women were left alive.

My Thoughts:My Rating

(From Critter's Animated Film/Anime Marathon on January 19th, 2010)

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Doctor Who Marathon, a review by Tom

Doctor Who
Series 1.02 The End of the World
Writer: Russell T Davies (Writer)
Director: Euros Lyn

(From Doctor Who Marathon on January 6th, 2014)