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"The Last Days of American Criminals" is a modern science fiction movie with little to no fantasy elements, focusing instead on action. In a way it is a story about the Internet, but not in the stereotypical "fire burning on the mountain top" kind of way.
As with many online movies, the movie began as a product of chance. Newsworthy crime stories were popular topics for discussion forums, and one such story was presented by Nick Nolte, a young adult who was briefly incarcerated in a federal prison for financial fraud. Nolte's prison experience opened his eyes to the realities of the criminal justice system and propelled him into writing a series of books with very similar themes. His time in prison made him feel conflicted about the role that government and law enforcement played in society.
So how does Nolte create the plot of "The Last Days of American Criminals"? He uses his experiences as a source material, creating a story that parallels his personal experiences. His autobiography "The Last Days of American Criminals" recounts his character's birth through his first two years behind bars. He portrays these events as a way to bring his character to life and to make an individualistic connection with viewers. In addition, the plot is a reflection of the changes in the criminal justice system.
The set design of the movie is much like that of a thriller, with a dark interior and a bright exterior. One of the first people Nolte meets when he comes to prison is author John Hinckley. His film becomes the subject of speculation about his personality and motivations, as he continues to maintain his anonymity. Both the interior and exterior of the house are interspersed with violent crime scenes, playing with suspense and tension.
The setting of the film lends itself well to filmography, and that of the Season Two of "The Last Days of American Criminals" is no exception. The film is a product of director Jonathan Nielson's short films, which are more realistic and less fantasy-based than the comic book adaptations. The tension and threat are far more real and terrifying than the fantasy elements of a superhero story.
The main cast from the original "The Last Days of American Criminals" film returns, including Harry Morgan, John Turturro, and Eric Balfour. Morgan plays an inexperienced detective named Bob Yanda, who is somewhat older than his counterpart in the television series. Due to his experience working with the police, he is the main suspect in the case, rather than the innocent victim originally believed to be responsible.
"The Last Days of American Criminals" Season Two is an odd mixture of reality and fantasy. The plot does take place on a set, but the action takes place on the Internet and the characters travel between the two media. For fans of the original series, it's a refreshing change of pace that delivers interesting twists and turns, but doesn't take any of the fantasy elements away from the story.
The Best of the Best "The Last Days of American Criminals" Season Two can be purchased from a variety of online retailers, or rented from authorized video stores. To check out the complete season online, visit IMDb.com, which gives fans a chance to read the reviews and see the trailer before purchasing. Each episode features some thrilling action, classic dialogue, and a rich and dramatic storyline that makes "The Last Days of American Criminals" a must see.