A massacre survivor (A.J. Cook) studies serial killers under a famous expert (Bruce Payne), but her classmates soon start dying at the hands of a Jack the Ripper copycat. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A massacre survivor (A.J. Cook) studies serial killers under a famous expert (Bruce Payne), but her classmates soon start dying at the hands of a Jack the Ripper copycat.
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Vamsi C (us) wrote: Nice Take on a wonderful subject by the best person suited to the role
Lynda H (it) wrote: Complex, damaged, self centred characters but there was something very likeable about them. Wonderfully portrayed by an incredible cast of actors. A multi-layered plot, where you are conscious of the fact that you are very much an observer.
Paul D (ca) wrote: This film exemplifies what I like about French films. Slowness, real dialog, multi-generational characters, intimate relationship, and touching upon all the emotions of human beings. And not a single person shot, not a single car blown up. c'est magnifique
name g (fr) wrote: I love this movie. But it is a bit sad. It follow's the story about two freinds. One is a goat and the other is a wolf. They become freinds and soon they are forced to find a new home after when both of there pack's find out about there secret. I really liked the story and it talk's about the consequences of freindship and bonds. If you're looking for a good anime movie to watch, this is worth watching. 5/5
EWC o (mx) wrote: Extremely well made documentary that provides background, gives data, and accompanies both with devastating real accounts, although the movie sometimes leans to a more biased side.
Tim F (au) wrote: Typical sketching arround one happening, in this case a moneydrop thats foundd by the wrong person, everyone gets excited about something that isnt true... pretty funny, kinda slow
Gord S (jp) wrote: Gotta see it to understnd it
Gary S (ru) wrote: Whilst not overly accurate historically, it did follow the general gist correctly. Thought that Sir Robert Morley was brilliant as that bent MP who was feathering his own nest out of the public purse (just like a lot of our MP's today!). Liked the way that Richard Harris had all of those corrupt MP's ejected at the end of the film.
AV 8 (ca) wrote: Definitely a sign of its times, but marvelous just the same.
Bruno L (ca) wrote: Interesting movie about the Vaticans role during WWII. The opening scene was very powerful. It's not a run of the mill anti-Nazi film. It's about a real person, Gerstein, who was a high ranking Nazi, but who did not want to participate in the exterminations. This movie is not well made, although it must have involved a lot of expense and effort. The acting was poor.
Andrew M (us) wrote: This movie is pretty fantastic. Jack O'Connell, before that trash flick "Unbroken," and Ben Mendelsohn are spectacular. I'm trying to figure out how Mendelsohn didn't get an Oscar nod, or that this movie didn't get as much attention at all. Brutal, thoroughly designed, acted, and accurate to jailhouse life, it is brutal, unexpectedly moving, and spares nothing. You might need to use subtitles because, as in true Irish film form, some of the dialogue is unintelligible. But watch it. It's great.