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Saturday, February 25, 2017

Movie Blog: Dandelion Dead

Acorn has another movie that I think will be a huge hit.
DANDELION DEAD stars Michael Kitchen (Foyle's War), he is a widower and soon strange things begin to happen to certain family members. His oldest daughter thinks the world of him but it soon becomes apparent that he is not always a truthful fellow.

Later we find out that he most certainly can't be trusted. This is a movie filled with speculation and stays true to the time frame.

Scotland Yard sends someone to investigate what is going on and I have to say this proves to be a top notch movie. 

In some ways the movie is predictable and in other ways, it's a very sporting game of cat and mouse. 

If you love Micheal Kitchen as much as I do then you will want to see this movie.
I give it an 8 out of 10. 

Pamela

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