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Because the Race is about to begin and the only way to win is to stay alive... Synopsis: Death Race bring you back into the adrenalin-pumping world of the most evil reality TV show on Earth. Packed with monster cars, machine guns and bone-crunching crashes.
I always wonder, what if this will happen in real life. Can you imagine if our government jails will be privatized and become a TV reality show that nobody cares if you will die? and the only important thing is the money that they will get out of it by making you a contender or a challenger... I believe crime will be minimized because every one afraid to be in jail, LOL!
Synopsis: Every year, three million single woman in America move into an apartment for the first time. They do not know who lived in the apartment before them, they do not know their landlords, and they do not bother to change the locks. This is the story of one such woman, after separating from her husband. Pretty young doctor Juliet Dermer, played by Hilary Swank, moves to brooklyn, settling into a new life in a stunning and spacious loft apartment that seems too good to be true. It is...
Mysterious occurrences lead her to suspect that she is not alone in her home and quickly her fears become all too real. In a chilling revelation, she discovers that her seemingly charming landlord, has developed a dangerous obsession with her. A terrifying game of cat and mouse ensues as Juliet fights to free herself from her landlord's sinister intentions.
Now, this movie really freaks you out!. A lesson specially to all the ladies out there to be careful in choosing your apartment, specially when you try to live independently, in other words, "alone". Bad men are scattered everywhere looking for the next victim, and the most easy and convenient one for their target are those who live alone. I am not trying to discourage or scare every single woman who wants to live alone in an apartment, but what I am trying to convey here is that, Be vigilant and be conscious in your surroundings. Don't put too much trust specially if it is a man and is a stranger to you, don't let him come in into your house, put some security measures like, changing your locks. as the saying goes, "Better safe than sorry".
Synopsis: A married couple's life is turned upside down when the wife is accused of a murder. Life seems perfect for John Brennan (Russel crow) until his wife is arrested for a gruesome murder she says she did not commit. Three years into her sentence, her husband is struggling to hold his family together, raising their only son and teaching at college while he pursues every means available to prove her innocence.
If you haven't watched this movie yet, you better be. I am a very sentimental and very emotional sort of person. What I loved about this movies is how the husband loved her wife or her family in particular, so much, that he will do anything to free her wife from prison for the crime he did not commit. The husband never had any doubts for his wife's innocence. A love that is so strong and sincere that no one can stop him to get her wife out of the prison, when he finds out that his wife will be moved to another place in "Three days". The movie was so simple and yet very interesting. Watch it!