September 12, 2013


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'Closed Circuit' -movie  

ERIC BANA AND REBECCA HALL keep us on the edge of our seats in this exciting legal thriller. You'll will get much insight to the British legal system. Yes, every Country in the World hides everything in secret. 

Here's a quickie. A Middle Eastern terrorist makes a truck bomb that kills people in the heart of London. It killed over one hundred people. Secrets? Yes, there are many. Who can you trust. An Attorney has just committed suicide. Or did he? Maybe someone did it for him. Sometimes I fall asleep at movies and sometimes I don't. This time my eyes were wide open. No tooth picks needed here. 

This is one of the most exciting movies that I have ever viewed. Many Government's make us believe that everything is just hunky dory for Governments. It's just like "Fracking" below the surface. Ooops - there goes another house. Thanks Mr. Governor. Oil is your Jewels. 

Closed Circuit Cameras track British dissidents everywhere. And not just in England. They are watching everyone in every Country. There is Syria, North Korea and other bad asses. But all the Cameras in the World will just create more millions of dying people. 

The Acting by Eric Bana and Rebecca Hall is fantastic. We get a terrific portrayal of English barristers. Think of Alfred Hitchcock. I still like to see his Black and White Films. Secrets plots come out in the open. This is the real raw deal behind the curtain. 

This Spectacular Movie makes you ponder about the World. 

RATING: FOUR BOXES OF POPCORN (highest rating) -trademarked- 



Don't miss "Shocktoberfest 14: Jack the Ripper 
Playing Sept. 26 - Nov. 23 - 2013. And you won't want to miss the Special Halloween Performances on Oct. 29 & 30 at the Hypnodrome in San Francisco. 

"I GIVE IT A YEAR" is one of the most fun movies that I have seen in years. And yes, it's a British movie now playing in San Francisco at the Opera Plaza Cinema.

RANDY ROBERTS - Famed Female Impersonator will be at The AlcoveTheatre - Oct. 10 - Nov., 2013 at 9pm. 

At 42nd Street Moon will Celebrate the Man of Steel's 75th Birthday with the fun 1966 musical "IT'S A BIRD...IT;S A PLANE...IT'S SUPERMAN." Metropolis is in danger and it's up to Superman to defeat Dr. Agnes Sedgwick, a ten-time Nobel Prize-losing scientist who seeks to avenge the scientific world's dismissal of her brilliance. Starts - October 5 - 6pm Saturday. Eureka Theatre, 215 Jackson Street, San Francisco. 

ALSO PLAYING... THE SHOTGUN PLAYERS, in the East Bay. Remember "Bonnie and Clyde" on the Huge Screen. Now the Shotgun Players near the Bart Exit is performing live on the stage. I will be seeing it this weekend. From everything that I have read -- this is one of the most spellbinders of the season. Maybe I'll get to meet you at the Shotgun Stage Door.    

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