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‘Syriana’ Film Review: The real terrorist

As a modern issue-related film, "Syriana" manages to turn one of the most controversial topics in the world into a challenging, thought-provoking story of the world's grandest schemes, powerful companies, and most dangerous people. This film generates a debate on who the real terrorists are in the midst of international chaos, politics, and corruption. This political drama's morale can make one think of the gas used in every step on the accelerator and the LPG used when cooking food. America sharing

Blu-ray Review: ‘Day of the Falcon’

Coming out on a single-disc Blu-ray package, the action-adventure drama "Day of the Falcon," originally titled “Black Gold” for the international market, features a soaring epic that centers on two rival kingdoms' bloody war during the dawn of the oil boom in the Middle East. Exploring the themes of love, honor, greed, family pride, betrayal, and traditions, it follows the story of star-crossed lovers whose families get caught up in a reignited conflict after the discovery of oil between their territories. This

Blu-ray Review: ‘Zero Dark Thirty’

The highly controversial 2012 picture "Zero Dark Thirty" comes out on a Blu-ray and DVD combo pack hosting its Blu-ray, DVD, and digital copies. Helmed by Academy Award-winning director Kathryn Bigelow as a follow-up to her acclaimed war thriller "The Hurt Locker," this intense and thrilling piece of cinema chronicles the decade-long hunt for Al-Qaeda terrorist leader Osama bin Laden after the 9/11 attacks until his death at the hands of the Navy SEALs. The story focuses on the life of

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