Car Bomb

Posted in: Disc Reviews by Gino Sassani on November 18th, 2010

(out of 5)

Gino Sassani

Gino Sassani is a member of the Southeastern Film Critic's Association (SEFCA) and The Critics Association of Central Florida (CACF). He is a film and television critic based in Tampa, Florida. He's also the Senior Editor here at Upcomingdiscs. Gino started reviewing films in the early 1990's as a segment of his local television show Focus. He's an award-winning recording artist for Omega Records. Gino is currently working on his 8th album Merchants & Mercenaries. Gino took over Upcomingdiscs Dec 1, 2008. He works out of a home theater he calls The Reel World. Favorite films: The Godfather, The Godfather Part II, The Body Snatcher (Val Lewton film with Karloff and Lugosi, not the pod people film), Unforgiven, Gladiator, The Lion King, Jaws, Son Of Frankenstein, The Good, The Bad And The Ugly, and Monsters, Inc.


  1. Adrienne
    11/22/2010 @ 10:57 pm

    Did you know that in 1929, Afghani soldiers went to various countries to train as terrorists? I read it in an article…Italy, England, Russia, France, maybe one more. The article states the Russian trainies didn’t make it. Where are they and what are their names today? Those countries could still support them.

  2. Adrienne
    11/22/2010 @ 11:00 pm

    They could speak Italian, Russian, French….maybe Spanish..maybe have a job like our by changing their name…immigrants to he U.S, after 1929?…Canada for those who speak French.

  3. Adrienne
    11/22/2010 @ 11:03 pm

    …I meant a job like yours by changing their name…maybe even serving in the military…you would have to find out who the soldiers were…maybe the Afghanis tell you they don’t understand but do. They probably have nothing else. I am pretty sure it was Afghani soldiers who went to these countries in 1929…could have emmigrated to the US afterwards. Italians were WOPs…”without papers”.

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