Wed, 12 September 2012
Erin and Paul offer their unsimulated opinions on two movies about mammoth money-forging operations. First, a group of Jewish concentration camp inmates are forced to assist a Nazi plot to destabilize their enemies' economies in the 2007 Oscar-winning German film THE COUNTERFEITERS; then, William Peterson is a U.S. federal agent who will stop at nothing—and drive anywhere, in any direction—to bring down Willem Dafoe's counterfeiting operation in William Friedkin's 1985 thriller TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A. Ping pong in a prison or Wang Chung on the soundtrack: which will prevail?
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Category:TV and Film -- posted at: 2:39am EST