A Is for Acid

A Is for Acid

John George Haigh, the notorious "acid bath murderer" in 1940s England, becomes the subject of this dramatisation

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:120 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:hotel,   car,   killer,  

John George Haigh, the notorious "acid bath murderer" in 1940s England, becomes the subject of this dramatization. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Is for Acid torrent reviews

L Troy A (de) wrote: It was a bit much for me...

julian l (ru) wrote: I enjoyed it , it is what it is , a chucky film ,,

Tegan K (kr) wrote: MEG CABOT (AUTHOR) RULES.

Ashley J (au) wrote: interesting storyline

Alan W (au) wrote: This is a great aviation movie

Guilherme E (ag) wrote: Quite charmy with its extreme violence and torture, it's somewhat baffling a film with so much gore to have so little to none nudity at all. Besides having no explanation whatsoever about its plot, even after connecting all the dots it's still a bit senseless. The one thing that almost kills the film is the terrible CGI effects in Langoliers level.

Joanne M (us) wrote: I wasn't sure about this movie at first. It seem like it was nothing more than a father pushing his sons at the expense of their childhood. But as the movie progresses and the story unfolds it becomes quite interesting. The acting by the principle actors is good.

Martin D (ag) wrote: In the style of the screwball comedies of the 1930s and 1940s, I Love Trouble depicts the developing romance of two rival reporters who reluctantly fall for each other while competing for a major scoop. Old hand Peter Brackett (Nick Nolte) and aspiring newcomer Sabrina Peterson (Julia Roberts) first meet when they are both assigned to cover a mysterious train crash. The pair immediately develops a connection despite their professional rivalry, and they decide to work together. Sensing something fishy about the crash, they look deeper and are soon fighting to expose a wide-ranging conspiracy, while also struggling to outmaneuver and out-charm each other along the way. Co-creators Charles Shyer and Nancy Meyers, who previously found success harking back to 1940s comedy in Father of the Bride, borrow heavily from His Girl Friday, Bringing Up Baby, and other screwball classics.

Jimmy M (us) wrote: screw the critics I love this movie

Jason H (us) wrote: This is my favorite movie about demonic furniture that eats people.

Jeffrey C (ca) wrote: Pretty good. A nice lesson on how prejudice can really turn against you.

John R (ca) wrote: Most epic American film of all time.a timeless classic