An unlikely romance in which the reclusive Everett Lewis hires a fragile yet determined woman named Maudie to be his housekeeper. Maudie, bright-eyed but hunched with crippled hands, yearns to be independent, to live away from her protective family and she also yearns, passionately, to create art. Unexpectedly, Everett finds himself falling in love. Based on a true story,

1930's rural Nova Scotia. Maud Dowley| who suffers from rheumatoid arthritis| smokes heavily to deal with the pain. Because of her unusual gait from the arthritis|
she is often mistaken as a stupid| incapable woman| that perception which does make her feel stupid and incapable. That view is held by her surviving family| her
brother Charlie and her Aunt Ida with who she lives. After an action by Charlie| Maud decides to seek some independence| she the only applicant for a posted job as
housekeeper for brusque Everett Lewis| a poor fish seller. Despite not wanting to hire a cripple which only adds to their antagonism| Maud negotiates to get the job
for room and board. What Maud may or may not be aware is that Everett saw the position ultimately resulting in marriage or at least sexual favors. Their antagonistic
relationship ends up including Everett exacting beatings on Maud whenever she doesn't do what he wants. To keep herself happy| Maud begins to paint the interior of
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Maudie torrent reviews

intuciic (ru) wrote: sooooooo stupid and boring

Rotimer J (de) wrote: Pretty goddamn bad, but we got a few chuckles out it.

Narae P (it) wrote: Don't do this to yourself.Pure cringefest.

Joseph K (au) wrote: Excellent horror despite some mediocre acting. It's those clowns, those silent, methodical, brutally violent clowns that make this enjoyable! Any detractors who might hate this just because of real-life people killing in this way, don't get it. That's real life. This movie is not.

James S (au) wrote: Well first I have more clown stuff than this. Maybe next time they could call me for props. I was a little sad I didn't get to see much clown stuff in a movie called Clown Town.

David S (au) wrote: Sure it borrows from countless films that came before, but that's kind of the formula that movies like this have to follow. It's not trying to be groundbreaking. It's using the elements known to the horror genre that have proven their worth to the industry. It's worked since Psycho and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, so they're not trying to stray from what has worked for so long. So ClownTown, as silly as it sounds, works well to introduce a genuinely good slasher film, mildly scary, very entertaining, and a definite thumbs up. It's a mix of The Hills Have Eyes and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, but with clowns. If any downsides, I'd say this movie needed a bit more on the psyche of the children growing up (the 15 years in between opener and the rest of the movie). I wanted to learn more about the crazy children and their parents. I want to know who the other clowns are. But, these highlights would work well in a sequel as well. Let's hope I'm not the only one that wants to see such a sequel/prequel of sorts.