The Mortuary Collection, a short film based on a true story, debuted on the festival circuit this past March. Directed by Greg Garcia, the film stars Ed Harris, Kate Capshaw, and River Phoenix. The movie posters for the film were created by the late Robert Wise. The movie chronicles the final hours of Richard Melville, a construction worker who was working in Los Angeles during an earthquake. The building he was working in was destroyed in the earthquake. Richard drove home from work, ate some fast food, and headed to his friend's home where his parents, still alive, had just finished watching a movie.
At the end of the film, Richard sat on his friend's couch, where his parents had been staying, and started drinking. He then proceeded to pass out, and when his friends asked him why, he said he didn't know. An ambulance then took Richard to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead on the operating table. His friends, however, do not believe this. They begin searching for Richard's body, only to find that he has already been buried at a local cemetery. Now, the movie begins!
The movie has received an amazing amount of attention from viewers, who have taken to it like fish to water. As one might expect, the movie has a great deal of controversy. In one scene, Richard's ex-girlfriend drives him around in her car, pointing at the body of the deceased. The next morning, the team of forensics detectives who are part of the crime task force bust into the home of Richard's ex-girlfriend. Inside, they find a dozen bodies, including the one who drove Richard's car. In the midst of all this, the one thing that doesn't change is the fact that the team and its leader, detective Tom Selleck (ictions specialist Michael Chiklis), work to solve the crimes that they're called upon to solve.
With a great many strong characters and a number of plot twists and turns, The Mortuary Collection, by Lee Child, isn't for everyone. If you're looking for a heartwarming story about a beloved character overcoming a tragedy, perhaps even something that touches on some current issues regarding police work, then this is a good one to check out. But if you're looking for a gory and slightly controversial murder mystery, this isn't the book for you. There are plenty of those available, whether they are crime novels television dramas, or even video games. Take a look before you decide to read one of these particular books, as there's a lot to be said for this particular Mortuary collection movie.
What makes The Mortuary Collection, by Lee Child, one of the better movie titles from recent years is how it manages to combine a number of different genres into a single, successful offering. For instance, while the story is centered on the death of a young woman, it also takes in a number of other events and elements, all of which combine to create a very strong overall package. Some of these elements include comedy, mystery, horror, romance, and even some period piece all rolled into one entertaining motion picture. Of course, the writing style is very light and easygoing, which makes this movie more likely to appeal to a wider variety of movie fans. One of the best things about it is that director Lee Child provides a number of different plotlines and characters, allowing the film to vary between the different genres well.
One of the standout moments of The Mortuary Collection comes in the last ten minutes, where the entire thing becomes a very dark and disturbing film. However, the movie has a strong ending, so don't worry too much about that. It ends with a full movie highlight, as Tom Hanks plays the role of David Bowie, who is singing about dying to get his listeners to hear his last song. This is one of the finest performances that Hanks has ever given, and fits perfectly as a last song tribute. Overall, The Mortuary Collection is a great, entertaining, horror movie that doesn't have many parts that won't appeal to a wide variety of viewers. If you like horror movies with great actors and a great story, then The Mortuary Collection should be considered.