Movie review: Blacklight starring Liam Neeson

Blacklight, starring Liam Neeson begins with ignorant propaganda against the political right. All white people are racist right? 

The political right also all live in trailers and have Confederate flags. "Trailer trash" anyone? This political stereotype is so wrong. The actual political right believes in "maximum individual freedom" as opposed to government tyranny. That's it. 

My rating for the movie: 6/10. 

Dusty (Taylor John Smith) tries to bring in evidence about corruption in the FBI.

Liam Neeson, as Travis Block, doesn't figure out he's on the wrong side until Dusty is murdered.

Mira Jones (Emmy Raver-Lampman) plays a hapless but ambitious reporter. 

Actor Aiden Quinn, as character Gabriel Robinson, plays the bad guy in the FBI. The FBI is corrupt, which is certainly believable after all we have learned about the FBI over the years.

The action in the movie is pretty good; however, it's all filmed too dark, which ruins a lot of the film. 

Liam Neeson, as always, is an excellent lead actor for a dramatic action film.

The director of the movie is Mark Williams.

The cinematography is by Shelly Johnson. So, I have to assume he is probably responsible for the overly dark film where you cannot see the actor's faces. Bad lighting is a waste of talent. When will this horrible lighting trend be over with?

Please correct me if I am wrong about anything.

#homeschool your kids. Teach Gen Z, and their kids, the principles of freedom. The political right believes in maximum individual freedom no matter how the right is portrayed in movies. The political left believes in centralized government power, and centralized power results in tyranny.

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