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Secret Window, a review by addicted2dvd

TITLE: Secret Window
YEAR: 2004
DIRECTOR: David Koepp
LENGTH: 96min.
Academy Award® nominee Johnny Depp (2003 Best Actor, 'Pirates of the Caribbean') gives his most riveting performance in this action/suspense thriller featuring a top-notch cast including John Turturro, Maria Bello, Academy Award® winner Timothy Hutton (1981 Best Supporting Actor, 'Ordinary People') and Charles S. Dutton.

Following a bitter separation from his wife (Bello), famed mystery writer Mort Rainey (Depp) is unexpectedly confronted at his remote lake house by a dangerous stranger named John Shooter (Turturro). Claiming Rainey has plagiarized his short story, the psychotic Shooter demands justice. When Shooter's demands turn to threats - and then murder - Rainey turns to a private detective (Dutton) for help. But when nothing stops the horror from spiraling out of control, Rainey soon discovers he can't trust anyone or anything. A shocking psychological thriller from the writer of 'Panic Room', David Koepp. 

My Thoughts:
This movie is very good. I enjoyed every second of it. I have seen this movie before... and I was actually as entranced by the movie this time as I was the first time I watched it. There is just something about this story that really sucks you in. They did a good job with the dvd as well... no audio/video problems.... and there is plenty of extras to keep you busy. Especially for a standard DVD Release. If you have not seen this movie yet... I highly recommend it.

(From Weekend Movie Marathon: Stephen King on July 27th, 2008)

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Restless Natives, a review by Rich

and through bonnie Scotland...

Ronnie and Will, two lads from Edinburgh, embark on a non-violent spree of robberies. Dressing up in bizarre costumes the duo act as modern highwaymen, robbing coach loads of tourists in the Highlands; eventually earning them the tag, the Clown and the Wolfman. In the process they become folk heroes to the locals. Their adventures make for a whimsical and gentle comedy, in the Bill Forsyth vein.

An 80's budget film, pretty poor dvd transfer but despite this the film still manages to hold it`s own and has surprisingly aged well. Worth viewing, with some really classic hilarious parts, but don't spend a lot purchasing this unless you are a nostalgic Brit. 5/10

(From Around the World in 80 DVD's on January 1st, 2008)

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Tom's Buffy and Angel Marathon, a review by Tom

07. Lie to Me (1997-11-02)
Writer: Joss Whedon (Created By), Joss Whedon (Writer)
Director: Joss Whedon
Cast: Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy Summers), Nicholas Brendon (Xander Harris), Alyson Hannigan (Willow Rosenberg), Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia Chase), David Boreanaz (Angel), Anthony Stewart Head (Giles), Robia La Morte (Jenny Calendar), James Marsters (Spike), Jason Behr (Ford), Jarrad Paul (Diego), Juliet Landau (Drusilla), Will Rothhaar (James), Julia Lee (Chanterelle)

A good episode. I like the final exchange between Buffy and Giles.
And we hear Angel's connection to Drusilla.


(From Tom's Buffy and Angel Marathon on February 11th, 2009)