The murders are committed by an eclectic group of committed idealists, who have fashioned themselves after the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse as represented in the Book of Revelation. They believe by committing these horrific killings, they will succeed in wresting the attention of a curious public and sending the message that all is not well...
She is pursued by a dybbuk (Hebrew for a possessive spirit), who wishes not only to possess a special part of Casey, but to fulfill a blood oath to destroy all of Casey's maternal ancestors since her grandmother was interned in Auschwitz as a young girl.
Alien space traveler meets Grendel-like space monster, stowed away on the alien's spaceship, as it hurtles toward Earth and crashes into the world of 11th century Vikings, settled in their homeland of ancient Norway, is the over arching theme in this science fiction fantasy.
New in Town I seriously wanted to like this movie, but I couldn't. I like Renee Zellweger as an actress, but she just did not work out as the fast track corporate zealot Lucy Hill, when she was tough as nails and when she began showing her softer side. Harry Connick, Jr. is a good singer, he should;
As Harvey Shine, Hoffman brings to the stage a rumpled, humble, little man, who has been passed over at many points in his life, and is resolved to retain his dignity in his pursuit of an otherwise purposeful life.
The sadness associated with a terrible loss can be the undoing of some and the rebirth of others. In "Incendiary," the young mother may experience a bit of both in this morality play that endeavors to investigate the twin brothers of terrible human loss and the random, insane acts of Muslim terrorists under the command of Osama bin Laden.
Keep the fires stoked Satan until these two murderous, sorry souls can be sent to your nonhuman resources department. That's the message of this tale of a half-breed Native American hitman, who killed for profit and convenient efficiency, and his admiring sidekick, who mimicked his hero at every opportunity.
Valerie Plame is married to the former Ambassador to Iraq, Jo Wilson, who was very critical of the Bush administration's incursion into Iraq Theater in the World Wide War on Terror. Valerie Plame was an analyst at the CIA, who had been an operative earlier in her career.