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Lizzie is a movie starring Chloë Sevigny, Kristen Stewart, and Jeff Perry. A psychological thriller based on the infamous 1892 murders of Lizzie Andrew Borden's family.

Crime, Horror, Mystery, Biography, Thriller, Drama
Craig William Macneill
Chloë Sevigny, Kristen Stewart, Fiona Shaw, Jeff Perry

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Genres Crime, Horror, Mystery, Biography, Thriller, Drama
Director Craig William Macneill
Writer Bryce Kass
Stars Chloë Sevigny, Kristen Stewart, Fiona Shaw, Jeff Perry
Country USA
Also Known As モンスターズ 悪魔の復讐, A Vingança de Lizzie Borden, El asesinato de la familia Borden, Οι φόνοι της οικογένειας Μπόρντεν, Lizzie Borden - Mord aus Verzweiflung
Runtime 1 h 45 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A psychological thriller based on the infamous 1892 murders of Lizzie Andrew Borden's family.

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Friday, 04 Sep 2020 01:24

You might remember this film from the heyday of the horror genre, when this stuff was on the big screen and before the genre became all about the blood and gore, which I'll get to in a second. It's a bit like The Omen, in that it's about an interesting character who's coming to terms with a strange death in which her brother's friend and protector is murdered by a creepy fellow who appears to be a demon. This is the opening sequence of The Lizzie McGuire Mystery, and it's one of the first films to feature a supernatural connection, although the story doesn't play out like a traditional horror film. It's set in the 1980s, and the newscaster Linda Lee (who plays Lizzie's sister, Kelly McGuire, in the film) is trying to break into the New York Times. She finds a newspaper clipping in a motel about the disappearance of Lizzie's younger brother, Tom (T.J. Miller, who is also in the film), and her attention is drawn to the mysterious missing-person's report, which comes from the same address. Linda sees a mysterious figure in the background, but she has no idea who she is. This, coupled with the fact that Linda's boss is a politician, causes her to start investigating, and eventually she discovers the identity of the person that's been out to get her. The person is, of course, Lizzie, and she's also the subject of the newspaper clipping, but Linda doesn't quite understand what it means. The movie does a good job of making the mystery and resolution a bit puzzling, and that's about the best way to describe the ending. The rest of the film, while using the atmosphere and special effects to generate a creepy atmosphere, really doesn't work. The film is a bit of a mess, but it's still a good film, and there are some interesting ideas here. The overall atmosphere is eerie, and the movie is surprisingly well done. The movie does not include a lot of blood, and the filmmakers try to give you a pretty realistic, and sometimes even realistic-looking, idea of what a demon might look like. There are some visual and visual effects that are impressive. The only thing that really held my attention was the use of the music. The movie uses a lot of different kinds of music, but it works here, and the music works in a way that it actually makes the movie feel like it's trying to be a bit scary, instead of just an ordinary horror film. There are some strange moments in the movie, like when Linda's boss says that there are two dead bodies in her office. A couple of the characters do what they do because of the music, and they are not bad people. I'm not sure if the music was intended as a tool to get the viewers to feel scared, but it works, and it's actually pretty effective in that way. The special effects are pretty good, but the film is kind of low-budget, and the editing is kind of choppy, but I've seen worse. Overall, this is a very good film. The acting is good, the effects are impressive, and the music is creepy. I actually think it's one of the better horror films of the 1980s, but I think it's not quite as good as some other films of the era, like Poltergeist. I give this film a B.
Sunday, 05 Jul 2020 11:08

I am a big fan of the Hollywood horror movies, especially the '80s ones. I grew up watching them. I was introduced to The Conjuring in a friend's horror convention and was thoroughly impressed. After seeing The Conjuring 2 a few years later, I was skeptical. The first film was pretty well done, but the second film seemed a bit more cheesy and less frightening. The more I saw of the film, the more I liked it. It was a refreshing take on the classic horror genre and made me appreciate the good stuff a bit more. I don't know if I would even be as enthusiastic about the film if it hadn't been for the casting of Kristen Stewart, who played Lizzie Borden, the first girl who was cursed and brought back to life. This film is a little different from the usual horror films. It doesn't have any frights or gore. There is a certain amount of tension and suspense, and the fact that Lizzie Borden was seemingly the last person in the world to see her sister's death doesn't mean she's the only one who knows what happened to her sister. The film is also about friendship, which isn't the norm for horror films, and I think it really shows when Lizzie and her sister are both friends. The movie is very well shot, especially the special effects. I like how they do a great job in showing the history of the town and how the events that took place in the second film took place, while also creating a new story. The plot of the film isn't as interesting as the previous film, but it isn't terrible either. The film is set in a small town and Lizzie and her sister's hometown, so it kind of seems like a little bit of everything. The fact that Lizzie had the ability to see the paranormal and was seemingly a victim of her sister's death made the film even better. The acting was very good, especially from Stewart, who played the character very well. It was nice to see more of Stewart's acting in a film because I think she has been over-dubbed in the past, but she is definitely an excellent actress and deserved to be recognized for it. The movie is very enjoyable and I think people who liked the first film will enjoy this one too. 7/10.
Friday, 12 Jun 2020 23:15

I have just seen the film and I was very surprised by how much I enjoyed it. I love films that are "unpredictable", or at least make me want to look back and say "Why did I like this film so much?". I am not going to give anything away in this review, but I will say that the film has a lot of suspense, intrigue, and some "chills" to it. I also liked the fact that the film was filmed in a small city in London, England, which added to the tension. The performances were great, and the script was great. The director, Kevin Macdonald, did a good job at pulling the audience into the world of Lizzie. I enjoyed the direction of this film. I also think that the films "unpredictable" nature, added to the suspense. I will say that I thought that the character of Lizzie was interesting. The character of Lizzie was likable, and had a lot of potential. She had a lot of potential to become a strong, determined woman. I think that Lizzie was a great character, and had the potential to become a strong, confident woman. The film did a great job in showing her struggle in life, and the struggle of the family she had to live with. The plot was very good. It made sense and was not too predictable. The direction of the film was great. I really liked the style of the film. I thought that the film looked great, and the costumes were great. The film was very well photographed. I was very impressed by the quality of the film. I think that the film was very well directed, and the story was very interesting. I thought that the film was worth seeing. I was very surprised by how much I enjoyed this film, and I think that it is one of the best films that I have seen this year. I think that this film is worth seeing.

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