The Bottom Line on DEADLY CODE

Available on several major VOD platforms, this Italian-made movie (with English dialogue) is a good adaptation of a crime thriller novel set in a unique historical and geographical locale. Both John Malkovich and his younger fellow actors bring to life this character-driven tale of friendship and righteous vengeance in the unique world of exiled criminal families from around the former Soviet Union. Add it to your queue today.

Frisco Kid’s Rating of DEADLY CODE

Rated as 8 out of 10 stars on IMDb.

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Unknown Movies: STARRED UP (2013)


“Starred Up” is a 2013 drama about an emotionally disturbed teenager named Eric who is transferred to an adult prison, where his father is also an inmate. There he has to navigate brutal prison life, while dealing…

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20 years after Pulp Fiction, Samuel L. Jackson still knows one of his most memorable lines.

Even better 20 years later.




This film is a science fiction thriller (with horror elements) that certainly qualifies as an underrated indie film. Shot in 2012 and released in 2013, “+1” tells a cleverly designed story that takes aim at the narcissism and hedonism of suburb-raised young adults in the early years of college, as well as the persistence of the social pecking order of high school. Along the way, it provides visuals and sound that keep the viewer focused. Although the ending might seem happy, its implications for most of the characters are not.



I gave this film 6 out of 10 stars on IMDB.

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