I have read all of James Patterson's Alex Cross detective novels, some of which have been disappointing and appeared to be written by a committee, or phoned in, or written specifically to make it as a movie, which is true...
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Last week, some United passengers claimed their plane was diverted and they were taken off the flight because they complained about a violent movie being shown on screens that everyone could see. Now the director of that movie says those parents were right to be unhappy about their young boys seeing the film. In a recent letter to The Atlantic’s … [More]
A family traveling from Denver to Baltimore on United claims that their flight was diverted by the captain because the parents requested that the in-flight movie, Alex Cross, be turned off. The parents of 4- and 8-year-old children,Show More Summary
Post by Suzanne MurrayThis is one of the craziest flying with kids stories you will ever hear. A mom and dad were flying from Denver to Baltimore with their two sons -- ages 4 and 8. During the flight a PG-13-rated movie Alex Cross was being shown on drop-down screens above the seats. Show More Summary
A family was kicked off a United Airlines flight last February after they repeatedly complained about the in-flight movie. The offended passengers were on a flight from Denver to Baltimore when the PG-13 thriller Alex Cross began to play on the plane’s monitors. When their demands became too much for the crew to handle, the [...]Show More Summary
A family traveling from Denver to Baltimore on United claims that their flight was diverted by the captain because the parents requested that the in-flight movie, "Alex Cross," be turned off. The parents, thus far unnamed, wrote a letter to The Atlantic about the incident. According to the letter, after the flight took off, the [...]
It has been said that politics ain't tiddlywinks, but every now and then, the discourse on cable news very clearly and blatantly crosses a line that should not be crossed. On Thursday night's edition of The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell,...Show More Summary
Alex Cross keeps the crown for a second week.
New York Times: Combined Print & Ebook Fiction 1. Alex Cross, Run by James Patterson 2. Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks 3. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn 4. Wait for Me by Elisabeth Naughto 5. A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy New York Times: Combined Print & Ebook Nonfiction 1. Show More Summary
James Patterson and Alex Cross run away with this week's list.
Author James Patterson's detective hero Alex Cross has taken on a life of his own. The character has been featured in countless novels and brought to the big screen by two top Hollywood actors - Morgan Freeman and Tyler Perry. The character's...Show More Summary
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Crimes: Casting an out-of-drag Tyler Perry in a role previously played by Morgan Freeman in Kiss The Girls and Along Came A Spider, resulting in a precipitous drop in cabin pressure. Allowing Lost’s Matthew Fox to subtly suggest the...Show More Summary
I can’t sugarcoat it: this is a terrible week for new DVDs. Besides Alex Cross and Flight (which, to be fair, many people liked), there’s new films starring Kevin James, [...] The post Your Mid-Week Guide To DVD And Streaming: Alex Cross Is So Undercover appeared first on FilmDrunk.
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We’re starting to get some of the Fall’s Oscar Pictures hitting home video, one of the most interesting documentaries of the year, and one classic Walt Disney film from the vaults. Not a bad weekend for home video. New: Alex Cross, Madea Gets A Job: Tyler Perry’s big attempt to cross over past his loyal [...]
Alex Cross and Deadfall are also available on DVD this week. Flight Denzel Washington is up for an Oscar for his performance as Whip, a pilot who miraculously lands his plane during a catastrophe, in Robert Zemeckis's dramatic disaster movie. Show More Summary
James Patterson's Alex Cross series has become a literary phenomenon. In The Psychologist and the Butcher: Adapting and Filming Alex Cross, a special feature on the Blu-ray combo pack of the latest film version of the literary hero,Show More Summary
Welcome back to This Week In Discs! As always, if you see something you like, click on the image to buy it. Paul Williams: Still Alive Like many kids in the ’70s Stephen Kessler was a fan of singer/songwriter Paul Williams‘ particular brand of sad, melodic songs that gave equal time to love and loneliness. Show More Summary