When a childhood illness makes her see double and make people ask questions she’s never been able to answer, Ana Mendes becomes a double agent in HD Movies Maza. She’s tasked with working as the secret FBIi agent handler for a dangerous double agent who has found herself in some very dark places. But what will it take for Ana to crack the case against the baddie? She may have changed sides, but will she be able to help her friend escape from her new nightmare of being hunted by the law? Find out in this crime-denial thriller filled with twists and turns that will leave you whistling ‘Blue Thunder’ until the end of the movie.
What is a Double Agent?
A double agent is someone who works on behalf of two or more organizations. They are typically undercover agents who work as double agents or informers for both the federal agents and local law enforcement officials.
These individuals act as if they are acting on behalf of both the government and the private sector, and are often given free or reduced payments by federal and local law enforcement agencies to facilitate the double agent function.
These individuals also often have to keep their activities private, as the public may targets them for law enforcement and prosecutorial investigations, or as part of a ‘pinch-hustle’ in which individuals are forced to turn in victims of domestic violence or other crimes after they are framed for them.
The Baby Face heist
On a warm summer’s day in New York City, we see an almost perfect man in the form of Joseph James, a fraudster and con man who has a baby face and walks like he’s 15, and is therefore easily identified as such.
The Baby Face heist is a classic short film and a classic example of the use of doubles, where two people are working on behalf of different organizations.
Working as a double agent for both a federal law enforcement and a high-rise luxury development, Maya and Jacob, who is working as a private eye, are eventually nabbed by federal agents working for the New York City Police Department. When the cops ask for their identification, the two agents walk into the police station and freewheel through a door that leads to what is essentially a trap. The baby face duo is waiting for them in the lobby, and when the agents come out of the station, they are immediately shot dead by a sniper.
A double agent in the making
When an FBI agent is framed for the murder of two federal agents, he’s put in theartments of national security. However, the man running the department is furious that the agents have been framed, and wants to run them out of the country. FBI agent John Douglas is the only one who can unmask the mole and get rid of the menace.
But they have to work in tandem, and team-up on a case against a notorious counterfeiting kingpin Ned Leighton, as well as a notorious foreclosed-upon Brooklyn developer named Harry Manfred.
The duo face many challenges in their efforts to unmask the traitor, but ultimately end up in the right place, and unmasked the right person. They end up uncovering a massive bank fraud, a deadly drug trafficking operation, and a web of intrigue and double-crossing that far exceeds the capabilities of the federal law enforcement agencies on duty at the time.
Out of this world
One of the things that make “Avengers: Age of Ultron” so thrilling is the sense of out-of-this-world events happening right in front of our eyes.
The Falcon, Thor and Hulk-sized machines that are the Veerling and the Destructor have just been developed and tested and are now in low- Sterlins to deliver a near-Earth range of changes to the human race, such as climate changes and food shortages, are printed on the black-and-white screens and sent to the audience right as the film is about to start.
An experimental drug that’s killing its users
Back in 2011, a group of scientists at the University of California, San Diego, had just begun to analyze the impact of a new drug in human consumption called “Fragback”. The drug is a version of the medical terror drugs Amphetamines and Heroin that are being used recreationally by a small percentage of the population.
But their application in humans was just getting started. The researchers at UCSD were looking at using the drug to treat people with disabilities such as multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease, and to treat people who have cancer or who have taken drugs that have the potential to affect their brain health.
Double Down on Glowing Bodies
In the opening minutes of “Avengers: Age of Ultron”, we see the Ultron complex being built in New York City. Ultron is being developed using the same technology used to make the Tesla Model S, and the plans are for it to be sold to the public as a luxury car. The car is almost certainly going to be a financial success, as the plans for the car were funded by Glowing Bodies, a company that specializes in medical marijuana and is being used as a surrogate for the industry to promote its products.
The plans for the car were so successful that they inspired the production company of J.J. Abrams to create a film called “The Amazing Spider-Man”, which Abrams co-produced with Avi Lerner. In the film, the hero is built around the tried-and-true concept of being a sports car, with an added techy feature that allows the car to accelerated to Mach 3.
A ‘Do It Yourself’ Scandal using HIV and AIDS as a cover-up
In the opening moments of “Avengers: Age of Ultron”, a series of advertisements for a certain “DO IT yourself” medication uses the image of HIV-infected people to tell the audience that the product is “all about to get hot”. The HIV-infected people depicted in the ads are the study subjects of the research being conducted at the UCSD lab, and their condition is depicted as being aggravated by the exposure to the “hot” diseases.
The ads show the reader that drug is about to become more than just a cool new purchase for the rich and famous, and that the “hot” kinds of diseases are about to become more common.
warnings about falling for the wrong man
In the opening moments of “Avengers: Age of Ultron”, screenwriters Glen key and Anthony and Joe Russo encourage the audience to beware of the wrong man.
In one of the ads for the show, a man is duped into giving information about a red-faced, Mongolian-American named Abdul, who turns out to be the son of a Russian emigre who works as a spy for the East African government.
When the Russos learn that Abdul is on theStanford Medical Research Foundation payroll, they find themselves wondering if they should call the law enforcement on their trail and report the man as their missing co-worker.
Out of this world
One of the things that make “Avengers: Age of Ultron” so exhilarating is the sense of out-of-this-world events happening right in front of our eyes.