Spotlight HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code

Spotlight HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code
Item# spotlight-uv
List Price: $19.99
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Spotlight HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code

LEGEND :    HD = Blu-ray Code | SD = DVD Code | UV = Ultraviolet, Works With Vudu & Flixster | iTunes = Works with iTunes

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All codes are US only and may not work in other countries.

All codes are tested before sending to the buyer. We cannot cancel / return orders if you have already received the digital code, as there is no way to re-sell    that item, due to the nature of this item we cannot accept returns. However, we will work with you to find a solution if something goes wrong.

We do not in any way guarantee the format ( SD, HD ) of any movie. The studio will set redeeming rights which we have no control over we list them from    the type of media they were removed from.

Digital UltraViolet and Digital Copy will makes it possible for you to stream the movie Spotlight HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code instantly to your computer and compatible Smartphones, Andriod, iphone, iPod Touch, iPad and tablets devices anytime, anywhere. You can also download a Digital UltraViolet Copy or a Digital Copy of the movie Spotlight HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code to your computer and compatible devices.

Back at the dawn of the millennium, The Boston Globe uncovered a scandal that reached beyond the city and up to the highest levels of the Catholic Church. With some hesitation, a small group of investigative reporters looked into reports of priests molesting children. Their column called “Spotlight” often featured scandals and corruption but this investigation was met with stonewalling at every turn. The Catholic Church and the Boston diocese under Cardinal Law was powerful in the local community.

The reporters included Mike Rezendes (Mark Ruffalo), Sacha Pfeiffer (Rachel McAdams), Matt Carroll (Brian d’Arcy James) who reported to Walter ‘Robby’ Robinson (Michael Keaton) and him to editor, Ben Bradlee, Jr. (John Slattery). A new Jewish editor-in-chief arrives from Miami. Marty Baron (Liev Schrieiber) wants to instill new life into the paper and sees “Spotlight” as key. What makes the film special and interesting is that director Tom McCarthy (“The Visitor”) keeps thing moving quickly and shows some of the grungy details that reporters go through to get a story right. Constant rejection, door-to-door inquiries and sifting through an unending supply of books, news clippings and other documents provide a real sense of the grunt work involved.

While the acting is superb at every level, I will take note in particular of Ruffalo and McAdams. Aside from their commitment to the story, they have different ways of getting their information. Mike is relentless in his pursuit and shows his passion outwardly. Sacha is quieter, more sensitive to her sources and methodical. Both characters and actors are brilliant. Robby is also the antithesis of Marty. He’s aggressive, persistent, willing to get his hands dirty and supportive of his reporters.