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Marc Duval is struggling to support his family in France as he is faced with an increased financial pressure. However, he is offered a chance to better his life by moving to the Gibraltar off the Spanish coast and becoming a spy for French customs for a more than reasonable income. Unfortunately, the job is not without its risks as he must go undercover as a trustworthy confidante to formidable cocaine smuggler named Claudio Lanfredi. With this operation comes plenty of temptation into a lifestyle of unmatchable luxury, but when border patrol makes a move to arrest Lanfredi, Marc is forced to hide himself and his family from the wrath of Lanfredi's Columbian drug trafficking associates. It soon becomes clear that Marc has to decide what's worth dying for; his family or his job?

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Everything's Gone Green Review


Good
I'll confess that I only put the Everything's Gone Green screener in my DVD player because it was written by Douglas Coupland, one of my favorite novelists. But would his odd blend of sarcasm and observations about the human condition translate to a movie? Especially one touted on the cover with the words "Warning: This Slacker Comedy Is Unrated"?

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The Dark Hours Review


Excellent
Director Paul Fox turns in a creepy and impressive little thriller with this Canadian indie, which grabs you from the start and keeps its energy level going until the finale.

Samantha Goodman (Kate Greenhouse) is a psychiatrist at the local looney bin. But she's harboring a secret: A monster brain tumor that doesn't look so good. Shortly after the revelation she heads out for a weekend with her husband (Gordon Currie) and her sister (Iris Graham) -- an odd trio, and one that just gets stranger as their first evening wears on. Soon Samantha is starting to hallucinate, thanks to that tumor. And so we're left to wonder how much of what transpires is real.

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Striking Poses Review


OK
"Starring Shannen Doherty?" Hey, it's not as awful as you think. While it's certainly late-night Cinemax fare, Striking Poses is actually a relatively competent and surprisingly complex thriller that throws a couple of twists in that make it worth watching. At its heart, it's a ripoff of House of Games, but there's certainly worse source material to scam off of.
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