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The Crime Files Podcast - The Silence of the Lambs (Parts 1, 2, & Minisode)

What would the world be without the relationship between Clarice Starling and Dr. Hannibal Lecter? This movie tugs at heart strings, features a female hero, and introduces the world to the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) of the FBI. The performances from Sir Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster leave one speechless and audiences wondering if they would be able to be in the same room with a serial killer. This timeless classic should be watched again with more regard and earnest to the mastery shown from Hopkins, Foster, Director Jonathan Demme, Cinematographer Tak Fujimoto, Production Designer Kristi Zea, Screenplay artistry by Ted Tally, and the inspiration source created by Thomas Harris. Epis

The Crime Files Podcast - The Shawshank Redemption

This beloved favorite conjures romanticized images of friendships that would not occur on the outside of prison. A staple in our house, a necessity when discussing institutionalization and prison culture in classrooms. Shawshank teaches us lesson upon lesson regarding perseverance, friendship, and the confines of our own minds. Please click the title in order to be sent to the web page (we got fancy with it). Shawshank Trail Limited edition CD Set for $29.98 from La-La Land Records The original oak tree from the long wall fell in 2016 to high winds. Wedding industry booming at Shawshank Articles we cited and love: For the Love of Shawshank The Shawshank Redemption at 25 Trailer

The Crime Files Podcast - Runaway Jury

What happens when you mix a John Grisham novel with the likes of Dustin Hoffman, Gene Hackman, John Cusack, Rachel Weisz and New Orleans? It's anyone's guess...stay with us for a spell or two as we try to decipher how much is too much jury tampering in Runaway Jury. Oh, and somehow Parry never saw this movie until now - shocker! Script: http://www.script-o-rama.com/movie_scripts/r/runaway-jury-script-transcript-grisham.html Trailer Hackman/Hoffman Rachel Weisz Dustin Hoffman John Cusack

The Crime Files Podcast - Clue

For our first episode of You Haven't Seen What? The Crime Files, Joelle picked out her favorite movie of all time - Clue. This clever and hysterical whodunit reminds us that it isn't always the butler. Or is it? Clue Script: http://www.awesomefilm.com/script/clue.html Exhibit of art: Gallery 1988 in LA: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/clue-movie-exhibition_us_55c28993e4b0d9b743dac41c TV Tropes Site: https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Film/Clue Clue: The Movie Documentary Asks “Who Done It? - http://itlookssofake.net/?fbclid=IwAR21gIADVMlTNF7gwNjXphYiG-AtjTKwWNW7X5mlBiTaBx60q03wpHTuryA Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ClueDocumentary/ Where are they now: https://screenrant.com

Crime Movie Database 1970 to 2014

Since Edwin Porter's The Great Train Robbery (1903), the crime movie genre and movie industry dramatically changed and expanded. A plethora of academics and journalists cover the importance of crime films as well as the influence in socially constructing crime, offenders, victims, law enforcement, and criminal justice professionals themes, archetypes, and criminology theories. However, while there are lists of the Top 100 Crime Movies, Top 25 Mafia Movies, or websites like IMDB.com that houses information on all movies, there lacks a comprehensive list of crime movies. To fill this lacuna and to promote knowledge and understanding, we published this Crime Movie Database containing movies fro



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