Lizzie Borden Took an Ax

Lizzie Borden Took an Ax

Lizzie Borden Took An Ax chronicles the scandal and enduring mystery surrounding Lizzie Borden, who was tried in 1892 for axing her parents to death. As the case rages on, the courtroom proceedings fuel an enormous amount of sensationalized stories and headlines in newspapers throughout the country, forever leaving Lizzie Borden’s name in infamy.

In 1892, Lizzie Borden stands trial for the brutal murder of her father and stepmother. Her name will forever live in infamy and the eerie children's rhyme will continue to haunt those that know the story, but the truth is anything but clear. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lizzie Borden Took an Ax torrent reviews

Darryl P (kr) wrote: Not bad but not Working Dog's best work.

Wan B (au) wrote: hey..i want to see it..!!

Amanda W (it) wrote: I thought this was Absolutely Fantastic.

Matt W (ag) wrote: This is the WORST MOVIE EVER.

Brian N (us) wrote: Its a very depressing movie. Stupidity leads to years of terror in a Turkish prison.. Makes me never want to visit. The acting is great. The late Brad Davis made you feel sorry for the man. The surprise was Randy Quaid, he was really good. Definitely worth the watch, one of those films that kind of makes you want to rethink life.

Hannah M (kr) wrote: Something about Neil Simon's work is very special to me. I haven't yet seen a Neil Simon play I didn't like. This isn't one of his more well-known plays, but it was one of my very favorites in a collection I read this past year. The cast in this movie are all superb, embodying their characters perfectly and delivering Simon's brilliant dialogue with their own comedic timing. Aside from a few awkward in-between montage sequences (primarily the ones not taken directly from Simon's script), this movie flows beautifully from beginning to end, and had me laughing and smiling the entire time. And somehow it all manages not to be too sentimental, or at least to play around with stereotypical sentimentality. When Tony Roberts rushes to catch Sandy Duncan's bus and is chasing after it on his bike, his final cry to her is not the anticipated "I love you," but the briliant, "I like the way you smell." Great stuff.

Ted C (au) wrote: The last 20 minutes add almost nothing important to the film, but the first 95 are very well executed.

Matty S (br) wrote: The magic of Douglas Sirk to turn a soap opera plot/story into pure cinematic art. The film is worth seeing for the lighting/cinematography alone. But, there is a lot going on beneath the surface and in the reflections of Sirk's film.

Jason P (us) wrote: the end with the talkshow was hilarious

Wil S (br) wrote: You would expect more out of film with such strong lead actors but I don't think Denzel or Russell could even take this movie all that seriously.